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Cash on Delivery delivers laughs

Cash on Delivery, a comedy from Driftwood Players, directed by Dave Hurtubise, opened last week at the Heritage Playhouse to a moderately full house and lots of laughter. It's silly. Wait - let me correct that. It's really silly.

Long Tack Sam exposes family secret

Imagine opening the family history closet late in your life and discovering a huge, fascinating secret.

Spring into Dance innovative and professional

It was innovative, professional, and all too brief.

Audiences slow to watch Christ's Passion

The film, The Passion of the Christ, now at the Raven's Cry Theatre in Sechelt, portrays the agonizing final 12 hours of the life of Jesus. It is a strong film - up close and in Jesus' face.

Dancing the heartstrings

When dancer Dominique Hutchinson saw Chelsea Sleep play fiddle at a high school showcase, she was impressed. "Such power and energy," she said of the young violinist. The two met and an idea formed.

Global rhythms, world beat

If you ask concert producer Robert Benaroya what type of music he likes, chances are he won't answer Beethoven or even classic rock. He's more likely to talk to you about Turkish sufi music, devotional Indian love songs or Zimbabwean rhythms.

Film Society presents two exciting films

The Sunshine Coast Film Society is excited to announce that the next two films in their dynamic and inspiring spring series will be screened in Sechelt at the Sunshine Coast Arts Center.

Coast Academy put in strong showing

The Coast Academy of Dance in Sechelt recently performed a Dance Exhibition at the Raven's Cry Theatre showcasing the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing, ballet, modern theatre, tap syllabi and examination classes.

Passenger Stanton a hit

Joe Stanton sauntered onto the Heritage Playhouse stage, looking as though he was about to strum a few tunes for family and friends in his own living room.

Double opening in Sechelt

Opening at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre in Sechelt on March 10 is a two-artist exhibition. Joanne Marks of Sechelt will exhibit her photographic works, and Halfmoon Bay resident Belinda Grames will display her digital images.