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McManus show at CenterStage

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The humor of Spokane author Patrick F. McManus will once again come to life at CenterStage, the downtown Spokane dinner theater.

“Tim’s Favorite Pat McManus Stories,” a collection of popular tales from previous McManus shows, will be presented tonight through Sunday.

Tim Behrens, CenterStage artistic director, will play all of the roles. The stories will include “The Night the Bear Ate Goombaw,” “First Date,” “Deer on a Bicycle” and “The Airplane Story.”

Dinner and show tickets are $35 for any performance. Evening performances tonight, Friday and Saturday begin with cocktail service at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner service at 6 and the show at 7:30. There is a special Father’s Day matinee on Sunday with doors opening at noon, lunch service at 12:30 p.m. and the show at 2.

CenterStage is located at 1017 W. First Ave. Tickets are available through the box office (747-8243) or TicketsWest outlets (325-SEAT, 800-325-SEAT or

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