Students from Langley Fine Arts School are taking audiences back to the 1920s in their production of Some Like It Hot.

Some Like it Hot

The Chief Sepass Theatre has been transformed into an art deco speakeasy, as Langley Fine Arts students take on Some Like it Hot

The Chief Sepass Theatre has been transformed into an art deco speakeasy, as Langley Fine Arts students take on Some Like it Hot.

Based on the 1959 comedy film by Billy Wilder, the play follows two male musicians who accidentally witness gangsters commit a murder, and dress up as women to escape them.

The Langley Fine Arts production is part of the theatre program at the school and features two different casts.

Evening performances are being held April 22, 27, 28 and 29 at 6:30 p.m.

Matinees are being held April 28 at noon, and April 26 at 8:45 a.m.

Tickets are $12 for evening shows and $8 for matinees. They are available at Langley Fine Arts or at the door.

The Chief Sepass Theatre is located at 9096 Trattle St.

Photos courtesy of Kevin Statham of the Chief Sepass Theatre

 

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