Harmony Bazaar is pleased to be partnering with Locke’s Island Players to present Erma Bombeck: at wit’s end on Friday July 27th and Saturday July 28th at the Lockeport Fire Hall. “If life is a bowl of cherries what am I doing in the pits?” Carole Ball captures the wit and wisdom of the columnist who defined an era. Erma will be played by Carole Ball, a native of Dartmouth, was bitten by the acting bug 41 years ago when she played Piglet. Since then, she has been in several productions ranging from Christie to Shakespeare. She’s been seen at Dartmouth Players, The Gilbert & Sullivan Society, The Theatre Arts Guild, CentreStage, and most recently in Steel Magnolias in Bedford, and Faith County II: An Evening of Culture and The Mousetrap at Quick As A Wink in Windsor. She has had the privilege of working with Nova Scotia’s own John Dunsworth and, in 1987, with the late Jim Hensson.
Admission is $10 or $5 for festival ticket holders. Tickets will be available at the Town Market in Lockeport and via our website soon! When purchasing online, festival ticket holders are to use their ticket number as the promotional code to receive the discount.
Locke’s Island Players was formed in early 2017. Since then they have grown to a very active theatre group in Lockeport. In 2018 they are planning approximately 18 nights of entertainment.
They are searching for new members of all ages, kids, teens and adults. From an audience point of view theatre consists of acting, singing and dancing; in reality it is much more involved. There are many “behind the scenes” parts to play – set construction, costumes, make-up and hair to name a few.
If you are interested in being on stage, off stage, directing, stage managing, joining a “pit band” or just doing “whatever needs doing”, you can meet them any Thursday evening at 7 pm at 76 Brighton Road.