Accidental Actors transform legion into Nick’s Place

Ashley Thompson
Published on March 26, 2014

After 11 years on the stage, it is no coincidence The Accidental Actors draw a crowd every time they perform.

In their latest show, the volunteer theatre troupe took to the stage at the Windsor Legion to perform the homegrown comedy Nick’s Place.

Hantsport’s Jason Tucker wrote the quick-witted script, acted in the play and also assumed the role of music director for the production.

As usual, Carole Peterson occupied the director’s seat and the proceeds from every showing of Nick’s Place were donated to a not-for-profit cause of The Accidental Actors’ choosing.

The Accidental Actors also received CTV’s Maritimer of the Week award earlier this year in recognition of their continued support to the community.