Acclaimed playwright shares creative process

Award-winning playwright and actress Lucia Frangione will be performing in the valley November 28 and 29.

Playwright Lucia Frangione brings two of her original works to the Valley November 28 and 29.

Award-winning playwright and actress Lucia Frangione will be performing Tuesday, November 29 at 7:30 p.m. at the Pynelogs Cultural Centre, and will be a guest speaker for Ladies Night Out, held at the Windermere Alliance Church on Monday, November 28 at 7 p.m.

On November 29 at Pynelogs, Frangione will present Bedtime Stories For Big Kids an evening of humorous and moving Canadian stories written and performed by Frangione.

There is no charge for admission, but donations are welcome.

Also, on November 28 Frangione will present a moving reading based on the life of Mary during the birth of Jesus Christ, at the Ladies Night Out at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased by calling Joyce at 250-342-6657, Fay at 250-342-6438, or Lynne, at 250-342-3234.

Frangione is known for performing in her own works, which include Paradise Garden, MMM, Chickens, and Espresso (among others). Espresso toured Western Canada and is currently running in the regional theatre in Warsaw.

Following the performance November 29, Frangione will answer questions from the audience about her artistic process and give advice on how to get started in the playwright business.


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