Due to popular demand, the Old Church Theatre Society (OCTS) has added a second Shari Ulrich show.
Ulrich’s original concert date of Feb. 26 sold out quickly, and OCTS artistic director Doug Cox was able to get Ulrich to commit to a second evening.
The OCTS has been an early success, with sell-outs of all productions since its reopening, in January.
“It’s been really positive so far,” said Cox. “We are thrilled. I can’t wait for the COVID half-capacity rule to go away so more peole can enjoy the shows. But the audience support so far has been great.”
A Feb. 12 show featuring Cox and Linda McRae is already sold out.
There are still a few tickets available for The Songs Of Woodstock, March 22.
Upcoming shows to watch for include Big Little Lions on April 9 and Martyn Joseph on May 1.
“Another one to mention is The Queens of Country, starring Carolyn Mark and friends, on April 22,” said Cox. “Carolyn is a quite well-known artist, part of the alt-country scene. She hosted the Hootenanny in Victoria for years. She has played all over North America. She will put together another one of our theme shows – a celebration of the legendary country singers.”
Visit oldchurchcourtenay.com for more information about all the upcoming shows.
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