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Swift Current Little Theatre back on stage

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Jack (Sean Finell) chats with Emma (Miranda Woodrow) after her arrival at the Pigeon Lake Hidden Cabins for a quiet weekend away from the city in a scene from Swift Current Little Theatre’s production of the romantic comedy Storm Warning. Jack (Sean Finell) chats with Emma (Miranda Woodrow) after her arrival at the Pigeon Lake Hidden Cabins for a quiet weekend away from the city in a scene from Swift Current Little Theatre’s production of the romantic comedy Storm Warning. Matthew Liebenberg

Swift Current Little Theatre’s production of the romantic comedy Storm Warning by Canadian playwright Norm Foster is on stage this week with three performances, starting with opening night on Dec. 1, a dinner theatre performance on Dec. 2 and a pub night on Dec. 3.

The two remaining performances, both pub nights, will be on Dec. 9 and 10. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for the pub nights and all performances start at 8 p.m. Tickets are available at Pharmasave or at the door. All performances take place at Beatty Playhouse in the Great Plains College gymnasium. The play, which is set in 1953, is directed by Little Theatre stalwart Ken Johnson. The cast members are Sean Finell in the role of Jack, an emotionally damaged Second World War veteran and owner of Pigeon Lake Hidden Cabins, and Miranda Woodrow plays Emma, a talkative city girl who is spending a weekend in one of the secluded cabins.

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