Everyone who caught the performance of Deck at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre on Friday

Photo: What a deck!

The deck built for show at Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre show donated to Community Connections group home by RONA.

Everyone who caught the performance of Deck at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre on Friday, Apr. 25, came away impressed by Lucas Myers’ one-man performance. During the play, he actually had six audience members come out on stage and build a deck. The materials for the deck were donated by RONA, and they weren’t just stage props. After the show, the deck was brought to the Community Connections’ group home on Eighth Street. It is pictured here with staff, residents, Revelstoke Arts Council executive director Gary Pendergast, and RONA’s Steve Smith.

~ Alex Cooper/Revelstoke Times Review

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