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Dangerous Corner offers intrigue, suspense at Douglas College

A web of dark secrets with devastating consequences at a high-society dinner is revealed in Dangerous Corner, the latest production by the Douglas College theatre department.

The play, written by J.B. Priestley, will be held at the college's Studio Theatre on the New Westminster campus from Nov. 2 to 10.

"It's not just a scandalous little piece of theatre," said director Thrasso Petras. "It makes us think. We talk to people all the time, and who knows what we're not getting from them? When we talk to someone at the right time in the right place and in the right mood, we can have a completely different conversation. They might suddenly reveal something to us."

Tickets ($8 to $12) are available from the Massey Theatre (604-521-5050).

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