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Mamma Mia Cast Party and Stroke Art Opening

July 23 and July 26

By Catherine Barr


Love 'em or hate 'em, ABBA's music defined a generation. Now, composers Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus are packing concert halls again, this time as the beat behind the fabulous musical "Mamma Mia". Cast members and special invited guests partied well into the night at the Westin Bayshore after the opening night performance last Wednesday. Go see it for the finale alone.

Meanwhile, last Saturday marked the opening of "Stroke, The Second Coming: Images of Man" at Davie Street's Pumpjack Pub. Promoting new gay artists is all part of the mandate of the exhibit which runs until Aug. 10.

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At Mamma: Days of our Lives fans will recognize Camilla Scott (left) whose true talent shines onstage as the lead alongside fellow actress Martha Reilly.
At Mamma: Nicole Robert and Jay Schramek steam up the stage with their sexy, playful antics during "Does Your Mother Know".
At Mamma:Clear Channel president Ronald Andrew (left) accepted congratulations from CTV-9's Brenda Smith and David Melloy.
At Stroke: Looking to the future, artist Richard Frechette works mainly in acrylics and watercolours.
At Stroke: Organizer Stuart MacKay (left) welcomed artists R. Curtis Williams, Layne Jablonski and Mark Meloche.
At Stroke: Photographer Alan Young started taking pictures at the age of seven with a Kodak Brownie camera.
At Stroke: Rounding out the exhibit were artist Baby Boy and holographic image artist Anthony Stonechild.


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