Will The Sun Shine On Laurie Mustard’s Performance?

It’s time to meet yet another celebrity! A Winnipeg staple, our next celeb is….Laurie Mustard! Laurie is very experienced in print (Winnipeg Sun columnist), radio (co-host of Wake Up Winnipeg on CJOB for 11 years) , and TV (Hosted Switchback on CBC-TV), so we can’t wait to see what he has in store for us as an actor.

Laurie Mustard – born July 31, 1948 BE (Before Elvis) in Killarney, Manitoba. Family moved to Winnipeg in Fall of 1957, Laurie tracked them down and followed shortly after. He attended Linwood School, St. James Collegiate and U of W (Arts with a Theatre Major). Post university, he slaved in the media for 35 years, has recently retired momentarily, and is enjoying his freedom, his family (wife Marly, kids and pets), and five grandchildren.

Mustard once had a big argument with Milton Berle; proposed to Sophia Loren; crashed in a hot air balloon; loves classic cars, and is thrilled to be part of So You Think You Can Act.

Will Laurie “soar” to new heights on stage? With so much experience in all forms of media and a theatre degree to boot, we’re sure Laurie is going to be fantastic! Will Laurie take home the big prize? Will he win the audience’s votes? Will Winnipeg “wake-up” when he’s onstage? You’ve got to attend the event to find out!

Please join us February 16th at 8pm, Gas Station Arts Centre! Tickets are limited so purchase yours in advance on our website or by calling 586-2236.

If you haven’t yet predicted the evening’s winner, take our blog poll.

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