Portrait of a Lady on the stage

Dorianne Kohl performs at Powerhouse Theatre in Vernon Thursday.

  • Oct. 5, 2011 9:00 a.m.

Dorianne Kohl performs in Portrait of a Lady Thursday at Powerhouse Theatre.

There’s still a chance for residents to take in a masterpiece.

A Portrait of a Lady, which is adapted from Margaret Laurence’s novel The Stone Angel, will be at Vernon’s Powerhouse Theatre Thursday.

The performance features Armstrong resident Dorianne Kohl, who first introduced audiences to the story 32 years ago.

“When I say the lines, I get goose bumps all over,” said Kohl.

Portrait of a Lady will be at the Powerhouse Theatre Thursday at 8 p.m. Tickets are available at The BookNook or by calling 250-558-0668.


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