Thursday, Jun 29th, 2017

Festival Antigonish staff and actors for the 2017 season gather for a photo outside the Bauer Theatre, June 14, during a short break in rehearsals for the upcoming season. Richard MacKenzie

Festival Antigonish will kick-off their 30th season with an open house celebration June 29, from 5 to 7 p.m., at the Bauer Theatre. “Everyone welcome” the poster promoting the event boldly reads while noting attractions such as a barbecue, cake, ticket specials and an “exclusive behind-the-scenes look with our 2017 company.” Managing director Reema Fuller noted all the actors will be on-hand for the open house and the behind-the-scenes look [...]

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