Nelson Pharmasave helps out Nelson History Theatre
The local Pharmasave store in Nelson is getting into the theatre business.
Well, sort of.
Nelson Pharmasave is lending the latest model of motorized wheelchair to The Nelson History Theatre’s production of A Duet For One.
The production is set for (Friday) October 31 to (Sunday) November 2 and November 6-8 at the Capitol Theatre in Nelson.
The play chronicles sessions between a psychiatrist, played by Richard Rowberry, and a brilliant young violin virtuoso, Carly Brandel, who has contracted MS.
For ticket information go to the Capitol Theatre website.
The production company is also donating $3 from the price of every ticket to the Canadian MS Society.
Photo caption: Actress Carly Brandel (sitting) tries out the latest model of motorized wheelchair which Pharmasave is lending to The Nelson History Theatre’s production of A Duet For One at Capitol Theatre with Richard Rowberry, standing right) Home Care employees Laurie Hergott and Stephane Michaud. — Submitted photo