The hottest boy band in the world, Six Degrees of Togetherness (“6DOT” for short), is headed to Deep Cove for a concert. But the members of 6DOT are mysteriously disappearing!
Could the Beast of Mt. Seymour be behind it?
On the case is self-described local actress, bon vivant and humanitarian Penelope Nelopy.
Joining Penelope in her quest is new arrival Caroline Goodness, RCMP Detective Jenkins (a horse who worked his way up from the Musical Ride), a police chief, a sinister real estate developer named Hunter Green, a couple of nutty sidekicks (Rosenstern & Guildencrantz), an evil witch, a “merman”, and Brock Rockton, North Shore Search & Rescue’s best.
‘The (Musical) Beast of Mt. Seymour’, the annual pantomime of Deep Cove Stage Society, is written by Toph Whitmore, directed by Angie McLeod and produced by Chris Stanley and Neil Wilkie.
Production dates are December 19 to January 4, 2020 (four matinées at 1 pm, five matinées at 4:30 pm, one matinée at 2 pm and five evening performances at 7:30 pm) in the Deep Cove Shaw Theatre, 4360 Gallant Avenue, North Vancouver.
Tickets: $18 all ages. Tickets and further information available at deepcovestage.com or 604-929-3200.