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Crooner Show wraps up Port Stanley stage season with nostalgia

The Port Stanley Festival Theatre is inviting theatre-goers on a trip down memory lane to close out its abbreviated season.

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The Port Stanley Festival Theatre is inviting theatre-goers on a trip down memory lane to close out its abbreviated season.

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The Crooner Show, starring London vocalists Rick Kish and Conner Boa, is on stage until Oct. 23.

The show, created by Kish, is a musical revue of some of the world’s most celebrated crooners, from Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin to contemporary artists such as Michael Bublé.

Pianist Nevin Campbell provides musical direction and plays along with drummer Sandy McKay and bassist Larry Ernewein.

The one-act show features 90 minutes of hit tunes in the style of television specials of the 1950s and ’60s. Tickets for matinee shows are limited.

The Crooner Show is the final Port Stanley offering of a season delayed by the pandemic and follows successful runs of A Legal Alien starring comedian Chris Gibbs and The Fixer-Upper, starring Jamie Williams and Danielle Nicole, who revived their roles from the 2014 season.

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IF YOU GO

What: The Crooner Show, created by and starring Rick Kish along with Conner Boa with musical direction by Nevin Campbell

When: Until Oct. 23

Where: Port Stanley Festival Theatre, 302 Bridge St., Port Stanley

Tickets: $44.07 matinee, $47.46 evening; available only by calling 519-782-4353. Visit the website psft.ca for more information.

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