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Curtain opens on KPAC's adult theatre program

If you are a thespian in the closet – come out and check out what KPAC has on the boil. Dramatic comedy or a dramedy? What is the difference? Find out each Saturday from 3 to 5pm at KPAC.
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Laugh it up, or throw some drama into your day.

If you are a thespian in the closet – come out and check out what KPAC has on the boil.

Dramatic comedy or a dramedy? What is the difference? Find out each Saturday from 3 to 5pm at KPAC. Marc-Antoine Kelertas has put out the call and hopes there are enough actors to put on a play come December.  

Kelertas has more than a decade of performances under his belt, including training at Bristol’s Old Vic Theatre in the UK.

“Theatre to me is all about diving into story and showing how you can reach people. No matter their experience learn more about yourself as well,” he says.

The art of considering that an instrument is the body and using all of it - the mind, voice, movement to create the performance.

Kelertas says while onstage is a focus this time around, the program will take all kinds. If one is looking to help out in other ways, KPAC wants to hear from you too. Bring in audience members into suspending their disbelieve backstage as well, got room to grow. Acting focus

“Depending on applications and who comes out and shows interest we will cater the shows,” Kelertas adds.

Of course an audience need bodies to watch – and artists to step forward. For more information kpacprograms@gmail.com

“Want to see this flourish here in Dawson Creek.”

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