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Theatre Kelowna gets amateurs singing in Snow White

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The cast of The Rockin' Tale of Snow White rehearses at Kelowna Community Theatre. The show runs Nov. 21 to Dec. 2, 2012 (Contributed by: John Van Dyk)
If you weren't a child actor, trying out for a play as an adult might feel like a good way to thoroughly embarrass yourself.

Not so, says Daybreak's culture aficionado, Gillianne Richards. She insists if you've always wanted to do drama, but were too afraid to try -- there's a perfect place for you in community theatre.

And Gilliane should know -- she and her entire family auditioned for Theatre Kelowna's Christmas pantomime: The Rockin' Tale of Snow White.

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