Many Hats back with third play for 2015

Many Hat’s Theatre Company has their knickers in a twist over the third show in their 2015 season.

Many Hats back with third play for 2015

Many Hat’s Theatre Company has their knickers in a twist over the third show in their 2015 season.

But twisted or not, tickets are on sale now for Nana’s Naughty Knickers, a Katherine DiSavino comedy for mature audiences.

Bridget, played by Paris Valenciana, and her grandmother Sylvia, played by Donna Lynch, are about to become roommates.

But what Bridget saw as a fun opportunity to spend the summer in New York and stay with her favourite nana soon turns into an experience she is not likely to ever forget.

It seems her sweet, aged grandma is running an illegal boutique from her apartment, selling hand-made naughty knickers to senior citizens throughout the five boroughs area.

Will Nana get arrested or worse, evicted?

Add in an overly-helpful police officer, a very grumpy landlord, an employee of Nana’s competition along with  some hard-working delivery people and you have an evening full of confusion that Many Hats hopes will leave you wanting to call your own nana to find out what she might be up to.

The opening night audience is invited to a reception immediately following the performance in the Opus Bistro Café where they will have a chance to meet the cast and crew.

Nana’s Naughty Knickers opens on the Cannery Stage  on July 2 and runs until July 25.

Performances are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8 p.m. with a Sunday matinee at 2 p.m.

Tickets for reserved seats are $22, or $19 for seniors and students, and are available at the Wine Country Visitor Centre at Railway and Eckhardt in Penticton or reserve by phone at 250-276-2170 or 1-800-663-5052.

 

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