Mount Isa Theatrical Society is preparing to host its second production of the year called the Holiday Inn.
Locally written and directed by Maile Thow, the curtains will open on Friday May 24 at 7pm and continue every Friday and Saturday evening at 16 Transmission Street until June 15.
MITS president Jenelle Robartson said the play was guaranteed to leave you in stitched and possibly with dance moves you thought weren't.
"The Holiday Inn is based around the Auntie and Nephew who run Hotel Paradeece and Holiday Park," Ms Robartson.
"It's the 40th birthday of the Hotel Paradeece and Holiday Park, so Rhonda and her nephew Barry have decided that a good old shindig is what's required. So, to celebrate the special occasion, they're holding a Talent Show.
"Who is the special guest that Barry has organised to be the judge? Will serial auditioners Leon and Patience, finally come up trumps? Does stranded Tarnia, Angie and Julia ever leave? Can Horrie and Gladys rekindle their love? Why is Mandy's plus one so unpopular and why is Ron running around the Hotel with a stick?
"Come along to the Hotel Paradeece and Holiday Park to find out and for a night of entertainment, where everyone's welcome to join in the frivolity!"
Tickets are on sale at Impulse Boutique on West Street for $40 each or eight or more $35 (accepting cash only).
Tickets include a two course dinner and show. Any patrons with special dietary requirements must mention this when purchasing tickets.
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