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Barefoot in the Park steps onto Legacy Centre stage this weekend

As a newly married couple, fresh from the honeymoon, if you had a neighbour living in the attic, that would be grounds for discourse, if not discord.

That’s just one of the scenarios as Lloydminster will get to see Barefoot in the Park staged by the Lloydminster Little Theatre Players from April 25-28 at the Legacy Centre.

Written in the 1960s, the Neil Simon comedy is directed by Matt Newman.

“Corie, the new bride is trying to make it home without anyone’s help. Things don’t go quite as planned. We have Corie’s mother who would love to help but is not asked for help. So, she tries to be supportive but is perhaps a little disappointed. Then we have an interesting neighbour who lives up in the attic and comes and goes,” says Newman.

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The five cast members are Kennedy Topott plays Corie Bratter (the bride), Derek Hyland plays Paul Bratter (the husband), Sarah Hockridge plays the mother, Paul Theriault plays Victor Velasco (the neighbour in the attic), and Cornelius Krahn as the telephone man, comes in to spread some wisdom and keep the phone ringing, says Newman.

Not to let any more spoilers out, except that it’s a dinner theatre each evening with cocktails at 5:30 p.m., supper at 6:00 p.m., and the play runs for about two hours with a 20-minute break.

Tickets are available at the Legacy Centre, telephone 780-875-4584.

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