Likes our most beloved Dino is turnin' up just 'bout everywhere and we couldn't be more pleased dudes. Case in point woulda be this recent post from the Prince Edwards Island version of "The Guardian" that tells 'bout a local theatre production on PEI at North Milton.The play tagged "A Priest From Away" is written and directed by Mr. Ken Williams 'long with Mr. David Hooper, and likes features an Anglican priest who "bears a striking resemblance to Dean Martin."
Now pallies, likes how fantastically fabulous is that dudes?!?!?!?!.....our Dino front and center in a community theatre production acted by a group of lively senior citizens. This just goes to shows that our one and only Dino is still it!!!!!!...always has been, always will be! Likes, over the years we have shared a goodly number of stage productions...both professional and amatuer accentin' our King of Cool....and likes, we can't wait to hear 'bout more in the future!
Likes we have shared the pertinent details below, but likes if you clicks on the tag of this here Dino-gram, you can gets the full prose in total from the original postin;. We sez our thank youse very much to the folks at PEI ver-si-on of "The Guardian" and to playwrights Mr. Ken Williams and Mr. David Hooper for spreadin' a ton of Dino-devotion through their theatre production...likes just wishes that we coulda gets to a perform to cheer 'em and the entire production on! Dino-awestruck, DMP
A Priest from away
Published on January 15, 2016
NORTH MILTON - It can sometimes be tough to find your way, especially if you're in P.E.I. and "from away."
At least, that's the case in the play "Some Neighbours: Episode 3 - A Priest From Away" being held in Milton Community Hall this month.
The comedic play follows an Anglican priest who moves to P.E.I. and bears a striking resemblance to Dean Martin.
Ken Williams, who wrote and directed the play with David Hooper, said it largely revolves around meetings with the quirky neighbours intertwined with the priest's predicament.
What follows is a series of humorous mishaps and confusion.
"It could be any community we just happened to use Milton. There's a priest whose asked to come in and the poor soul looks a lot like Dean Martin, so instead of seeing him as the new clergyman they see him as Dean Martin," said Williams. "People remind him that he's from away, he can't find members of his congregation and he can't find the church. He's having a lot of trouble."
One funny storyline involves a recently-widowed Martin fan who takes an interest in the priest.
"She figures her prayers have been answered when this man shows up," said Williams. "So we have all these conflicts within the play, a little bit of music and some comedy."