Community theatre is making a comeback! After having to take a hiatus due to government restrictions, Crocus 80 is excited to present its upcoming dinner theatre ‘Money Matters’ written by Michael and Susan Parker. 

It's been several years since the community has been able to enjoy an evening with Crocus 80, the comedy is sure to delight audiences. 

“It's about this father-daughter duo that run a printing press in their basement and the old lady who owns the house, and the printing press dies and then leaves it to some random guy. Then they end up trying to convince him that the house is haunted so that he won't take the house, that's the whole shtick. It's a lot of fun. It's a lot of comedy, it's a lot of goofs and gaffs, it's fun,” said Charlotte Jones, Marketing Director. 

‘Money Matters’ evening dinner theatre will run Friday, January 27th, and Saturday, January 28th, and the afternoon dessert theatre will take place Sunday at the Weyburn Legion.  

There's a call for volunteers this Saturday, January 21 to help move the set and furniture to the Legion. Volunteers can meet at the Tommy Douglas Centre at 11 am. 

"We are looking for muscle and cars and trucks and flatbeds to help us get everything set up," said Media Manager, Charlotte Jones.

From 11 am until 12 pm they will be moving the set to the Legion and from noon on all volunteers will be needed to help out at the Legion.  For more details, you can contact Charlotte Jones at (403)809-3540.

The deadline to grab your tickets is tomorrow, January 20.  Tickets can be purchased at Rootbound Plant Shop, Galaxy Greens, the Weyburn Public Library, and the Weyburn Legion. Tickets for the dinner theatre are $40 each and $20 for the dessert theatre.