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Robert Capezzuto performs Razzle Dazzle from Chicago
REPORTING · 4th June 2014
Walter McFarlane
Friday, May 30th was a night to celebrate the arts at the Mount Elizabeth Theatre. 30 Performances of musical talent, song, dance and speech arts took to the stage. This is the third year that this has been done.

“The community decided to come together and celebrate a lot of the young and some of the older talent that we have. Many of the performers we have on the stage were at the festival in Terrace just a couple of months back and we thought this would be a wonderful way for our community to be able to see what they showcased in Terrace,” said Nancy Jane Harness.

The youngest performer was 5 years old, Joshua Numrich who played the Last Train to Blueville on piano. The oldest performer was David Durant performing as Hamlet from the play of the same name. Robert Capezzuto was certainly among the top acts performing Razzle Dazzle from Chicago.

“Kitimat did how Kitimat always does, which was exceptional. There were many award winners from Kitimat on the Terrace Stage, always representing our community well,” said Harness.

Harness thanked everyone for coming out and reminded people to keep their eyes open for other upcoming displays of Talent, including the Telethon and the Christmas Concert.
The Concert Band performes New Forest by Johnnie Vinson
The Concert Band performes New Forest by Johnnie Vinson
Joshua Numrich plays the Last Train to Blueville on piano
Joshua Numrich plays the Last Train to Blueville on piano
Iris Striker recites the Three Little Pigs by Roald Dahl
Iris Striker recites the Three Little Pigs by Roald Dahl