Burnaby performers onstage in Arts Clubs Beauty and the Beast

Burnaby performers will be part of the fun when the Arts Club remounts Disneys Beauty and the Beast for Christmas.

In the cast for this edition are two Burnaby performers: Ali Watson, who plays LeFou and other roles; and Synthia Yusuf in the ensemble.

Jonathan Winsby is returning to his role as the Beast, with four of the other stars from the last production – Susan Anderson as Mrs. Potts, Shawn Macdonald as Cogsworth, Kamyar Pazandeh as Gaston and Bernard Cuffling as Maurice – also returning.  Michelle Bardach, last seen as Sophie in the Arts Club production of Mamma Mia, is joining the cast as Belle.

Beauty and the Beast has been one of the companys most successful musicals, and I am pleased that artistic director Ashlie Corcoran has decided to invite us back for a revival of last seasons wonderful production, director Bill Millerd said in a press release.

Tickets start at $39 – with the warning that theyre very popular, so if you plan to attend, get on it soon. See www.artsclub.com or call 604-687-1644.

A New Westminster performer will be part of the fun when the Arts Club remounts Disneys Beauty and the Beast for Christmas.

In the cast for this edition is local performer Caleb Lagayan (recently seen wowing Theatre Under the Stars audiences in its production of Cinderella in the summertime). Hell be part of the ensemble for this sure-to-be-dazzling holiday production.

Jonathan Winsby is returning to his role as the Beast, with four of the other stars from the last production – Susan Anderson as Mrs. Potts, Shawn Macdonald as Cogsworth, Kamyar Pazandeh as Gaston and Bernard Cuffling as Maurice – also returning.  Michelle Bardach, last seen as Sophie in the Arts Club production of Mamma Mia, is joining the cast as Belle.

Beauty and the Beast has been one of the companys most successful musicals, and I am pleased that artistic director Ashlie Corcoran has decided to invite us back for a revival of last seasons wonderful production, director Bill Millerd said in a press release.

Tickets start at $39 – with the warning that theyre very popular, so if you plan to attend, get on it! See www.artsclub.com or call 604-687-1644.