CLT features Play it again, Sam reading

Event night, Tuesday, Feb. 16

Courtenay Little Theatre’s Event Night tonight will feature a reading of Woody Allen’s comedy, Play it Again Sam directed by Alana Gowdy.

When his wife walks out, Allan Felix (Brian Mather) has very little luck in meeting women. To help him succeed he has advice from his good friends Dick and Linda Christie (Terry Penney and Michelle Sinclair). However, he has other assistance. The most effective, and certainly the most straightforward, suggestions come from the supportive spirit of Humphrey Bogart (Keith Dessler).

In a series of entertaining flashbacks and fantasies, Allan tries his best with numerous women. These minute, extremely small, microscopic roles are played by a number of daring CLT members.

Don’t miss it at CLT’s Space, 1625 McPhee Ave., Courtenay at 7:15 pm.

Admission is by donation to the bursary fund and seating is limited.  For more information, see





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