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New comedy by Jonah Anderson

Thursdays
St. Peters Courthouse Theatre

Dot is played by Sheryl O’Hanley and Ada is played by Claudette Anderson in Dot and Ada’s Bucket List.St. Peter’s Courthouse Theatre will host theatre, storytelling, comedy, music and more this summer.

Playing Thursday evenings is the theatrical production by Jonah Anderson, Dot and Ada's Bucket List. It’s a normal day for Dot and Ada until they learn what a bucket list is from Dot’s Granddaughter Molly. Suddenly they realize that they haven’t been living life to the fullest and making their own bucket lists will be the only cure. The show, with activities from sky diving to wine tasting, will give audiences lots of laughs as they experience each event being checked off Dot and Ada’s Bucket List. Show stars Sheryl O’Hanley, Claudette Anderson and Ian Byrne.

Tickets at courthousetheatre.ca.

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