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There's nothing quite like a dame

Dame Kitty Crusoe, Alan Cedargreen, interacts with the audience during a final-weekend performance of Ellie King
Dame Kitty Crusoe, Alan Cedargreen, interacts with the audience during a final-weekend performance of Ellie King's Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates
— image credit: Boaz Joseph / Black Press

Dame Kitty Crusoe, Alan Cedargreen, interacts with the audience during a final-weekend performance of Ellie King's Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates on Jan. 5 at the Surrey Arts Centre.

The holiday season panto was organized by The Royal Canadian Theatre Company.

Cedargreen, 75, is a long-serving performer with the RCTC, and has appeared as the "dame" in  many past pantos.

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