Photos of Rumors on stage in Prince Rupert

Community theatre took on Neil Simon’s comedy from March 21-23 at the Lester Centre

Seats were filled at the Lester Centre of the Arts for the final night of Rumors, a Neil Simon comedy put on by Prince Rupert community members.

The cast was made up of local performers, Chris Armstrong, Tristan Higginson, Rich Jerstad, Paula Loroff, Heather MacRae, Aurora Martin, Will Matheson, Krysta Ostrom, Tyler Portelance and Jacqueline Taylor.

Hans Seidemann co-directed alongside Lester Centre general manager Michael Gurney, and stage manager Scott Langille.

Photo slideshow below.

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In this scene, Glenn Cooper (Chris Armstrong), Ernie Cusack (Will Matheson), Ken Gorman (Tyler Portelance) and Lenny Ganz (Tristan Higginson) try to figure out who will pretend to be Charley Brock. Lester Centre of the Arts presented Neil Simon’s comedy Rumors on March 24, 2019. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

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