Eighteen holes of Kindersley Players fun took centre stage at the Norman Ritchie Community Centre this past weekend.
Director Judy Lavoie said the crowd seemed to have a good time and that there were lots of laughs to go around. Last weekend's show was sold out, and Lavoie expects another full crowd for the final weekend of shows.
"Crowd was into it. It was good to get out. I think people are anxious to get out and do something."
"The Foursome" was actually performed by Lavoie and the Players 23 years ago.
"It's by Norm Foster, who is a Canadian play-write. We've done a few of his plays before."
This play is unique because of its setting, and ability to transform one stage into an entire golf course. Some perfect actors helped finalize the decision.
"Because we had actors that wanted to act, older guys that this seemed to fit in with them," said Lavoie about choosing the play, "The facility is so big now. It's getting used all the time. So we couldn't have a set like we usually do so this worked out perfect for us."
As mentioned Lavoie was around the last time "The Foursome was on stage. West Central Online was curious to hear about the director's history with the club throughout the years.
"I've been doing this for like 30 years. Been doing it a long time." said Lavoie, "Started out in about 1988 or 1989. I acted for the first couple of years, then I prompted, then I have been directing them ever since."
Being in the production as part of the talent before, Lavoie prefers sticking to the sidelines.
"I like the directing. It's easier for me." laughed the former actor turned set boss.
After weeks of rehearsal, Lavoie said the four actors were eager to perform in front of people. Now with the first weekend jitters behind them, maybe "The Foursome" can relax a little more this week and hit the local links before taking the stage once again.