By Ben Olson
Panida Playhouse Theater will take the stage in Sandpoint again with the premier of “Jingle” written and directed by Becky Revak. The play will take place at the Panida Little Theater on Aug. 18-19, 24-26. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the shows start at 7 p.m.
“Jingle” features two local experienced child actors Tru Tomco and Ryan Durbin and explores the themes of family and community when two kids get to know each other as they search for a missing grandmother before the local police step in. The play also stars Miriam Robinson and Robert Moore.
Tickets are $19 each and include access to a chocolate and caramel fountain with fruit and other dippers, making this a true Dessert and Theater night. No-host beer, wine and soft drinks will also be available. Tickets can be purchased in advance at Baxter’s, Eve’s Leaves and Santosha Imports, as well as online at www.panida.org.
Proceeds from this performance will help support more local theater at the Panida. “Jingle” was made possible by the Panida Theater, Com Tech, Inc. and Blue Sky Broadcasting.
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