Bryce will be missed at Centerstage

A big heartfelt thank you to Alan Bryce, artistic director of Centerstage Theatre, for his many years of dedication and commitment to bringing great live theater to the people of Federal Way and surrounding communities. Best wishes in retirement and continued creative writing. Alan Bryce will be missed.

The last production of this season was a musical, “Cardinal Sins,” written by Alan Bryce. The actors, musicians and production team did an outstanding job. “Cardinal Sins” is the story of the Magna Carta and the principal players involved in the development of this most important document. “Cardinal Sins” is truly a production appropriate for examining fundamental human rights in today’s world. “Cardinal Sins” has the potential to find its way to larger venues. Hats off to all those talented people who made “Cardinal Sins” possible.

Pam Fadlovich and Kate and Henry George, Federal Way

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