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MVPs issue invitation to play

Murrayville Performers are busily preparing for the 2011-12 season.

Plans are in the works for two and possibly three one-act play weekends, tentatively planned for February.

The directors are looking at several one-act plays as well as a new one-act by Langley playwright Ron May.

The one-act play weekends will help the MVPs and Centre Stage Players from the Langley Seniors Centre to choose a play each for the B.C. Seniors Games one-act play competition in September, 2012. The plays will not all be for seniors, there will be younger actors needed.

Also, in the past the MVP’s presented some workshops and plans are in the works to continue to look for and offer more to help theatrical folks to progress.

Participants at the workshop will get to rip a play apart and offer suggestions for improvements.

The play will be acted in different versions and will be rewritten based on the group’s feelings and consensus.

Part of this workshop will be planning other types of workshops, from directing, acting, writing, set building and costume design.

For further information on this project or about the Murrayville Performers, please call Kate Major at 604-514-0942.

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