Six lonely people looking for love get more than they bargained for when a dating agency mistakenly pairs them up with the wrong partners in the Inglewood Schoolhouse Performers’ upcoming production of Karen Doling’s Date with Destiny.
The list of characters includes Vere Parker, played by 25-year-old former Inglewood resident Brooke McAree. With the exception of a Grade 6 concert which had to drop out of after contacting chicken pox, this is McAree’s first time on stage
Directed by Kathie Maloney, the two-act comedy will be presented at the Inglewood Community Centre, March, 24, 25, 31, April 7 and 8. An April 1st dinner theatre performance, which is a fund raiser for the Knox United Church, is sold out.
But there are plenty of seats available for the other five shows. This is the first time in its 30-year plus history the theatrical group has staged a production for three consecutive weekends.
Performance time is 8 pm with the theatre doors opening at 7.30 pm. Tickets are $20 and can be ordered online at email@example.com or by calling (905) 838-2874. They are also available at the Inglewood Store or Body Perks (clients only).
The Inglewood Community Centre is located at 15855 McLaughlin Road in Caledon
Ms. Parker (Brooke McAree) is ecstatic when she meets the man of her dreams (Owen Goltz) at a bar. Unfortunately, a dating agency has matched her with the wrong person. The scene is from the Inglewood Schoolhouse Performers’ production of Date with Destiny.
Photo credit: Peggy Reid