BCSS gets ready to rumble

The stage at the BCSS Kettle River Theatre will be graced by the Broadway hit West Side Story next week.

A classic tale of love and loyalty comes to life as West Side Story hits the BCSS stage next week.

The Jets and the Sharks hold a war council as the rival gangs prepare to rumble in West Side Story presented by the Music and Theatre Department of Boundary Central Secondary School Monday through Wednesday of next week (Dec. 16-18) at 7 p.m. in Kettle River Theatre (at BCSS) in Midway.

All proceeds benefit the BCSS Music and Theatre department. A silent auction will be held at intermission in support of the BCSS Spirit Club. There will also be a special performance by the BCSS Rock Trio.

Tickets are $10 in advance. Reservations at 250-449-2224.

 

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