VPP co-artistic directors sign for another three years

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Success begets success.

That seems to be the thinking behind a recent announcement that David Rogers (pictured) and David Hogan, co-artistic directors of Victoria Playhouse Petrolia, are on board for at least another three years.

The announcement, made at opening night of the latest production, Country Sunshine, means the two will do their magic at least through 2015, with music director Mark Payne also on board for the same three-year term.

“We are all thrilled to have such talented folks on our team,” said Petrolia Mayor John McCharles. “We are proud of our Playhouse and the positive results we continue to see.”

Adding good news onto good is the announcement of an additional five shows for the September production of “The Songs of Sinatra.”

Tickets are on sale now for the production.  

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