Life mirrors art in this tale of a dance class
IF YOU tap along to Minster Village Hall next week you can eavesdrop on the funniest dance class to grace any adult education programme.
Minster Players performthe Richard Harris musical comedy Stepping Out from Wednesday to Saturday, May 19.
Nicola Kelly is directing the show, and says the cast is still chuckling every time they get together.
She added: "Normally after 25 rehearsals the jokes can get quite tiresome, but we're still laughing at it even now. There are so many funny scenes."
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Life mirrors art in this production, which tells the story of a tap class of various abilities preparing for an end-of-term show. All the cast are experienced actors but two had never tap danced before, two are able dancers and the rest were somewhere in between.
Tara Field has choreographed the show, which stars Sally Reynolds (who teaches at Happy Feet Dance School) as Mavis the dance instructor with Justine Foster, Ruth Clement, Gemma Hewitt, Sally Reynolds, Gloria Withers, Dominique Vaughan, Sarah Davies, Peter Barnett and Fiona Dirksen.
Shows are at 7.30pm each night and tickets cost £5 for Wednesday and Thursday and £7 for Friday and Saturday from minsterplay firstname.lastname@example.org or 01843 220208.
The play will also be at the Memorial Theatre, Broadstairs, on July 1. Tickets cost £8 advance or £10 on the door.