Letter to the Editor: Thank you to hard-working ‘Rock of Ages’ cast, crew

I want to commend everyone who participated in bringing the people of Prince Rupert their rendition of ‘Rock of Ages’.


I want to commend everyone who participated in bringing the people of Prince Rupert their rendition of ‘Rock of Ages’.

Not only was I impressed with the amount of talent we have in Prince Rupert, but also at the quality as well.

Classical rock songs sung with the always awesome Triple Bypass playing the music, had me tapping my my knee through most of the show.

I can’t imagine the amount of time and effort that was involved in bringing us this great performance, but from my point of view, the final result was worth it.

You all were wonderful for taking the time out of your busy schedules to make it happen.

The acting, singing, laughing, and crowd involvement made the evening nothing short from a great night.

I will not have “Too Much Time On My Hand” to attend another production that our cities actors have to offer.

Thanks to all involved with ‘Rock of Ages’!

David Costa

Prince Rupert


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