Theatre Aquarius keeps summer Cold War cool

News Aug 14, 2009 Ancaster News

The Theatre Aquarius Performing Arts Program presents its annual summer show until Aug. 23.

Chess features lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson. It shows, in the context of a Soviet-American Cold War power struggle, a romantic triangle between an American and a Russian player in a world chess championship, and the woman who manages one and falls in love with the other.

Directed by Lou Zamprogna, the musical boasts a cast of 70 students.

CHESS will be performed until Aug. 23 at the Theatre Aquarius Dofasco Centre for the Arts, 190 King William St. in Hamilton.

Tickets start at $24, and may be ordered on line at www.theatreaquarius.org , by calling the box office at 905-522-7529 or in person. For more, visit www.theatreaquarius.org .

Theatre Aquarius keeps summer Cold War cool

News Aug 14, 2009 Ancaster News

The Theatre Aquarius Performing Arts Program presents its annual summer show until Aug. 23.

Chess features lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson. It shows, in the context of a Soviet-American Cold War power struggle, a romantic triangle between an American and a Russian player in a world chess championship, and the woman who manages one and falls in love with the other.

Directed by Lou Zamprogna, the musical boasts a cast of 70 students.

CHESS will be performed until Aug. 23 at the Theatre Aquarius Dofasco Centre for the Arts, 190 King William St. in Hamilton.

Tickets start at $24, and may be ordered on line at www.theatreaquarius.org , by calling the box office at 905-522-7529 or in person. For more, visit www.theatreaquarius.org .

Theatre Aquarius keeps summer Cold War cool

News Aug 14, 2009 Ancaster News

The Theatre Aquarius Performing Arts Program presents its annual summer show until Aug. 23.

Chess features lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson. It shows, in the context of a Soviet-American Cold War power struggle, a romantic triangle between an American and a Russian player in a world chess championship, and the woman who manages one and falls in love with the other.

Directed by Lou Zamprogna, the musical boasts a cast of 70 students.

CHESS will be performed until Aug. 23 at the Theatre Aquarius Dofasco Centre for the Arts, 190 King William St. in Hamilton.

Tickets start at $24, and may be ordered on line at www.theatreaquarius.org , by calling the box office at 905-522-7529 or in person. For more, visit www.theatreaquarius.org .