The newly formed Côte Saint-Luc Dramatic Society presented its first show last Sunday at the City Hall Auditorium before a capacity crowd of more than 200 people. Dining Out included an evening of scenes, sketches and songs and a cast of more than 30 people, including Mayor Anthony Housefather and Councillor Mitchell Brownstein.
“We got together a group of youth, seniors, residents, city staff and even elected officials to all participate as one family in a truly enjoyable experience,” commented Brownstein. “One of the ladies in our cast told me this was the best activity she has participated in, for as long as she can remember.”
Brownstein credited director Anisa Cameron for allowing people to express their creative talents, “but teach each one of us how to work together as one family. The values you teach our youth in the many productions you have directed helps them become good human beings.”
Noted West End physician Jerold Rappaport performed and acted as an assistant to Cameron.
Here is a scene involving Brownstein from the Little Shop of Horrors "Be a Dentist."