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United Players and Jericho Ars Centre

Feb 8, 2003

By Catherine Barr


When you visit the Jericho Arts Centre you'll find a most delightful scene. Home to the United Players of Vancouver, the centre hosts a variety of performances. Whether you yearn for a fanciful farce or the wisdom of the great greeks, you'll find it here throughout the year. This month, "Andromache: The Homecoming of Neoptolemus" takes centre stage. See this tale of unhappy fate live on stage until Feb 22.

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Box office gal Jackie Harrison (left) and artistic director Andree Karas are very much a part of the scene.
Stage manager Richard "Dickie" Black (left) and volunteer John Harris get ready for the opening curtain.
Kerith Johnson sits at mission control up in the sound booth.
Chorus girls - actors Angela Ferreira (left) and Maria Jelavich round out the ensemble.
Caught in a no win situation - actors Paul Toolan, Vonia Arslanian and 11-year-old Doran Satanove act out the sad tale of Andromache.
Beautiful "Hermione", played by Lilli Clark and "Messenger" David Mott are all part of the live action.


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