The Penticton Chamber Theatre will delve into the world of television cable service as it stages Able Cable in Summerland later this month.
The play is a comedic look at the experience of calling the cable company to ask about service.
Organizers describe it as a modern farce that shows what happens when John attempts to make a change to his cable service.
Just when his attempts to resolve a seemingly simple issue appear within his grasp, it quickly becomes a lot more challenging than he imagined with hilarious results.
The play is written and directed by Penticton playwright Gordon Dawson. It stars Summerland resident Al Toots along with Kim Russell and Cheryl Gill, who have performed with Many Hats Theatre in Penticton, and will be staged at the 100F Hall in Summerland on June 22.
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