Musical Mash hits the stage in Hope

Monster Mash hosted by the Hope Performing Arts Community Theatre

Tonight is the night the ghouls come alive in Hope.

The Musical Monster Mash will start at 7 p.m. on Oct. 26 at the Station House, at the corner of the Old Hope Princeton Highway. The Hope Performing Arts Community Theatre will be putting on a musical show, to be followed by dancing and live music.

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend in costume. Light snacks are provided, and tickets are $10.

And later in the year, the same group is getting ready to present a pantomime.

This year’s show is Beauty, the Baron and the Beast. A pantomime is a British musical theatre tradition, in which men are cast as women and women are cast as men.

The panto will be held on Dec. 22 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. and on Dec. 23, there will be a brunch with the characters. Some of the characters include Cinderella, Belle, Red Riding Hood and Prince Charming. The brunch starts at noon and the show follows at 1 p.m.

Tickets for the show are $10. Tickets for brunch and a show are $12. They can be reserved by emailing hopeact@gmail.com or calling 1-604-206-7227.

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