Port Moody actor Cher Zorilla appears next month in a theatrical company’s largest online show.
Zorilla will make her debut with Theatre in the Country on Feb. 5 and 6, in The Man Who Came To Dinner.
The farce follows the character Sheridan Whiteside, a radio personality who slips on ice during a tour and winds up as the houseguest of a prominent area family.
Penned by Hart and Kauffman, the 1930s show was recently revived by stage and film actor Nathan Lane, on Broadway.
Tickets for the company’s online production are a minimum donation of $10 via theatreinthecountry.com.
The fully costumed performance on Zoom follows 20 other smaller shows released online by the company last year, during the coronavirus pandemic.
Meanwhile, Theatre in the Country is also in rehearsals for Salt-Water Moon by David French, featuring Tyler J. Boe and Hannah Everett; it is being directed by Reg Parks, the company’s artistic director, for a live or live-streamed audience.