Yesterday, June 26th, was The Gooseberry’s opening night that was met with great success. Many attended the first night and lots of laughs were heard. There was much praise for the cast and crew.
Here is director, Skye Hyndman, at the front door, handing out programs and pamphlets.
In these photos, we have playwright of The Gooseberry J. Wisniewski and stage manager, Karen Rundofa.
Here are some photos of the cast on stage:
And finally, the entire cast and crew by our Youth Engaging Youth banner.
The Ukrainian Canadian Congress is so proud to have this talented group of Edmonton youth present The Gooseberry as part of our Canada 150 Youth Engaging Youth project. This is Alberta’s second event for the summer. Come see The Gooseberry until June 30th at Roots on Whyte!
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