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BTCPA postpones April show

With the continued spread of the coronavirus comes the continued cancellation and rescheduling of community events – the latest being the upcoming show by the Bay Tree Council for the Performing Arts.

The BTCPA announced Thursday that its next production, “Cheating Cheaters,” which was scheduled to be performed April 23-26, will be postponed. The show is now set to take the stage in June. 

“We apologize for any inconvenience, but we hope everyone stays well,” said BTCPA’s Scotty Kennedy, “and we look forward to seeing everyone in June.”

According to the BTCPA’s Facebook page, “Cheating Cheaters” will replace “Leading Ladies,” which was to be performed June 18-21.

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