A Guided Tour About Smuggling And The Prohibition Of Alcohol Period Is Setting Off In Stanstead
In addition to its downtown usual guided walking tour which will be scheduled from June 21st to September 2nd, the Town of Stanstead will present a theatrical performance on smuggling and prohibition of alcohol in the 1920s, which will take place every weekend in August.
Entitled À la recherche de Johnny Bootlegger and under the direction of Lorraine Beaudry, recognized professional in the arts, will present theatrical play of sketches of local history and peculiarities of Stanstead border Town which is rich in history and heritage.
Volunteer actors of all ages, French or English speaking, are being sought by the Town. No experience is required, but participants must be available for performances in August as well as rehearsals in July.
Interested persons are invited to audition but, previously, must contact Mrs. Joanne Lajeunesse-McKay, Consultant Business Development by calling 819-876-5215 or by e-mail at email@example.com. The auditions will be held on June 12th at 10 Phelps Street from 1:30 p.m.
The Town is also looking for barrels, old bottles, stills or object used by bootleggers as well as stories, costumes and decorations related to this topic. What? Actors’ auditions When? On June 12th, 2013, at 1:30 p.m. Where? 10 Phelps Street, Stanstead