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The Bridge & Hastings Community Theatre Present Dreamcatchers

The Bridge & Hastings Community Theatre are proud to announce a special fundraising event, Dreamcatchers, opening on November 7th. Transcribed, compiled and directed by Sarah Nottage-Tacey, Dreamcatchers is a monologue based show that deals with the trauma that is usually at the core of substance abuse. Featuring the acting talents of Susie Bertie, Melanie Hiatt, Shea Hylden, Sue Medsker-Nedderman, and Larisa Reams, the play will be performed at the theatre in Good Samaritan Village, November 7th, 8th and 9th at 7:30 pm. General admission seating is $7 and all proceeds from Dreamcatchers contribute to a dental fund for clients of The Bridge. PLEASE NOTE: Dreamcatchers is not suitable for children. Also, people with a history of past trauma may find the subject matter difficult. Dreamcatchers is the tale about five women and their journey through addiction. They are true stories that reflect the tumultuous lifestyles of those in throws of addiction from early life to the journey to start anew. The cast of Dreamcatchers features Susie Bertie, Melanie Hiatt, Shea Hylden, Sue Medsker-Nedderman, and Larisa Reams. The material was transcribed and compiled by Sarah Nottage-Tacey from clients of The Bridge. Nottage-Tacey also directs, Donna Hastings is producing, and the lighting design is by Erik Nielson. Dreamcatchers will be performed at the theatre in Good Samaritan Village November 7th, 8th and 9th. All performances are at 7:30 pm. General admission seating is $7 and all proceeds contribute to a dental fund for clients of The Bridge. Tickets may be reserved by calling the theatre at 463-1500, or by email at hctheatre@windstream.net. More information is available on the theatre's Facebook page: facebook.com/HastingsCommunityTheatre or on the Dreamcatchers event page: facebook.com/events/1431167677103507. Hastings Community Theatre is located in Good Samaritan Village (515 South 4th Avenue) in Hastings.