Doralee brands her boss, Franklin Hart, in a dream sequence in the Charles Hays production of 9 to 5 (Photo by/Nick Laws)

Charles Hays Secondary students steal the show

Students put on a production of 9 to 5 the musical at the Lester Centre

Charles Hays Secondary School students put on a show this weekend as they brought the Dolly Parton musical 9 to 5 to life at the Lester Centre of the Arts over the weekend.

People were invited out for a night of laughs and good fun.

Tickets can be bought at Cook’s jewellers or at the door at the Lester Centre.

The final show was on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 7:30 p.m.

At the very end of the performance, one of the stars was taken by surprised when she was asked to the prom, in theatrical fashion, right on stage.

Shade Arendt, who played Judy Bernly in “9 to 5 the Musical”, was asked to prom on stage at the end of the final show on Dec. 8. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

READ MORE: Charles Hays’ production of 9 to 5 opens tonight

RELATED: Charles Hays drama students in Fine Arts Revue



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