Newest KTG production opens April 28th

The curtain is set to rise on the next Kincardine Theatre Guild production, “Curse of the Silver Pharaoh”, by Mat Kelly. A dead body is discovered under a statue on loan to the Museum of World History and Civilization and two detectives are determined to find the murderer.
The cast of eight are putting the finishing touches on the play, ahead of opening night April 28 at the Kincardine Centre for the Arts. Veteran KTG actors – Deb Deckert, Andy Wasylycia, Jaki Mayer-Duggan, Sid Duggan and Jennifer Neil are joined by newcomers Terina Wnuk, Kristina Meishenheimer and Leahanne MacKay.
Wnuk, who plays the greiving widow, is thrilled with how it’s all come together.
“It’s been really great. I just enjoy the moment, the people and learning alot, so I’m excited,” she said. “Being surrounded by some seasoned actors, we’re all learning from each other. It’s been a really fun experience. It’s all coming together so nicely and it’s a fun play.”
“It’s exciting and I’m having a great time.”
The character of the museum curator, is played by Meishenheimer.
“I’m very scared, but that’s why I’m doing it,” she said. “I’ve always been interested in creative stuff so I wanted to try this but I didn’t have the courage. I can’t hold back anymore. I have to try the hard things, and the scary things and this is one of them.”
“I really like it, I like the people. You really bond with people.”
MacKay, in her first speaking role with KTG, is cast as the research assistant.
“I was supporting my friend, who was auditioning, but I got a part, so here I am,” she said. ” I always did want to come back and do it again, but I wasn’t sure if I was ready or not. With a little bit of encouragement, I decided to do the play and I’m really glad I did.”
“Curse of the Silver Pharaoh”, directed by Shirley Bieman, produced by Wyonne Baribeau, with Mary-Beth Dennis as stage manager, opens April 28, with show dates April 29, 30, May 5,6, 12, 13 and 14. Tickets are $28 per person and are available at

Newest KTG production opens April 28th was last modified: April 12th, 2023 by Dianna Martell

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