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P.S.A.'S · 2nd April 2010
Terrace Little Theatre
Terrace Little Theatre is pleased to announce the imminent arrival of our spring show. Actually, we're pleased to announce the imminent arrival of our spring showCASE.

We strive year over year to bring you the very best in live entertainment and this year is no different. This year, we've got a Triple Bill for you. It's a TLT first. Director Adam Kirkwood and two amazing casts have put together two immensely entertaining one-act shows called One Spring Morning and Elevator. As an added bonus for your entertainment dollar, the Copper Mountain Stringband will take the stage as a third act with a cabaret style Acoustic String Band concert.

The evening begins with One Spring Morning. A look at what can happen when we dare step outside of our three feet of personal space. As the curtain rises, we meet Ernest. A middle aged middle manager minding his own business, enjoying his morning paper. Life. Is. Good. Except for one small thing. He's trying a new bus-stop. Not long after beginning to feel comfortable with his new surroundings, three females descend upon Ernest and take him on a journey he'll not soon forget. TLT veteran Andy Roth makes his return to the stage playing Ernest. Amber Hansen plays Elsie with Ella Martindale as "Little Girl". Rounding out the cast playing "Little Old Lady" is a trio of veteran, award winning TLT talent. Julie Jacobs, Diana Braathen and Nancy Stone Archer will each take turns (and great pleasure) making Ernest's life hell.

Next up is Elevator. Ada Sarsiat and Marianne Brorup Weston play Martha and Katie. One is a few bricks short of a load and the other is a few more. Their days are spent ducking the land lady, waiting for the next family reunion and for their groceries to be brought in all from the safety of their beloved elevator. After learning how to avoid getting goiter, some minor re-decorating, and a couple of tall tales, Katie and Martha show us just how much fun one can have on an elevator if one just puts ones mind to it.

At TLT, we take pride in our professionalism and dedication to our craft. That is why we are so very proud to be partnering with Copper Mountain Stringband to bring you this TLT first. Jack and Jean Cook, Wayne Sheridan and Eric Sweeney are this region's pre-eminent force in down-home, good time acoustical string band music. They've toured east and west, north and south bringing blue grass and their love of music to the masses. You can learn more about them at

This Triple Bill has it all, comedy, drama, ups, downs, role-playing and blue grass. And it's all for you, our valued patrons. Tickets are $20 for an evening that includes two fine shows and a cabaret concert and are available at Uniglobe Courtesy Travel. The curtain rises at 8pm sharp April 22nd to May 8th on Thursday Friday and Saturday nights. This is an evening that is not to be missed. Get your tickets today!!!