From May 2-11, Cambrian Players presents Norm Foster’s Outlaw, directed by Beverley Gravelle-MacLeod. The story is about a young Canadian homesteader that travels far from home and finds himself accused of murder in the state of Kansas in 1871. With only his wits to defend himself, he turns the law of the land, and the men hellbent on enforcing it, upside down. Performances are on May 2-4, and 8-11 at the Paramount Theatre, curtain at 8 pm. Tickets are $10 on Wednesday & Thursday, $20 on Friday & Saturday and are available at Fireweed, Steepers, Calico, & at the door. www.cambrianplayers.ca
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