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O’Leary Dinner Theatre revisiting its Hockeyville fever

Getting a Don Cherry-like pep talk from Dale Howard, right, are fellow members of the O’Leary Town Players dinner theatre cast, in front from left, Adrienne MacDonald (Mrs. Cook), Cyndi Rix (Pammy), Sandra Brennan-O’Meara (Geri), Dr. Herb Dickieson (Willie) and back row, Laura Sarlo (Jonie), Orville Lewis (Bean) and Cindy Sweet (Stella). Missing is Gordon Walker who takes on the roles of Fr. Kelly and Ron MacLean. ERIC MCCARTHY/JOURNAL PIONEER
Getting a Don Cherry-like pep talk from Dale Howard, right, are fellow members of the O’Leary Town Players dinner theatre cast, in front from left, Adrienne MacDonald (Mrs. Cook), Cyndi Rix (Pammy), Sandra Brennan-O’Meara (Geri), Dr. Herb Dickieson (Willie) and back row, Laura Sarlo (Jonie), Orville Lewis (Bean) and Cindy Sweet (Stella). Missing is Gordon Walker who takes on the roles of Fr. Kelly and Ron MacLean. ERIC MCCARTHY/JOURNAL PIONEER

O'LEARY - Hockeyville fever just never ends in O’Leary.

The O’Leary Town Players are reliving this year’s milestone event with dinner theatre performances at O’Leary Legion on Dec. 1 and 2.

In the Town Players’ version of Hockeyville, the Fab 5 committee that spearheaded the drive for O’Leary to win the national title is now eager to keep the Hockeyville spirit alive.

“There’s rhyme and reason to this play,” quips Dr. Herb Dickieson who takes on the role of Willie. Cyndi Rix plays Pammy. Cindy Sweet plays Stella in the cast of nine.

Willie, Pammy and Stella. Do those names sound familiar? Well then, how about Billy, Tammy and Della?

Cue Dickieson’s “rhyme and reason” comment.

The meal for the Christmas in Hockeyville dinner theatre is a hot turkey dinner with all the fixings.

Shows each night are at 7 p.m., and tickets can be purchased in advance at O’Leary Fabric Crafts and More or by phoning 859-1888 or 206-1888. Tickets can also be purchased at the legion.

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