Mon Feb 5: News Updates + a Peek at 'The Ladies Foursome'
Plus: Owen Sound Police share a warning for local speeders
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In his most recent column, Richard-Yves Sitoski gives us a sneak peek at – and his honest thoughts about – director Bill Murphy’s latest OSLT production.
“One aspect of the play that ought to be celebrated is that it provides four meaty roles for female actors over the age of 35. It is deplorable that comparatively few vehicles focus on women actors in lead roles, let alone actors in middle age,” Sitoski writes.
“The OSLT is fortunate in having in its roster so many talented actors of all ages, such that every character in The Ladies Foursome can be portrayed by someone who can really run with the role.”
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Keep reading for updates on:
Charges laid after police investigate a cremation at a residence on the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation;
One last opportunity for Georgian Bluffs residents to have their say on a proposed 9.2% tax hike;
The City’s advance notice of its Harrison Park camping registration kickoff;
A warning from City police on increased speed radar patrols;
An upcoming series of fundraisers for the local BME Church; and more.
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