Dinner Theatre Takes Audience On A Journey Through Second World WarSeptember 15, 2006Article in the The Daily News (Truro NS)By Harry SullivanTruro-Apopulardinnertheatrethattransportedparticipantsthroughamentaljourneytothebattlefieldsoflongagois returning to a local stage."ItwasasthoughTrurohadbeentransportedtoanothereraasveteransoftheSecondWorldWarwalkedthroughcamouflaged areas and shelter tents," a Truro Daily News reporter wrote, of last year's play.Theevent,sponsoredbyRoyalCanadianLegionBr.26,ispartoftheTimetoRememberseriesofstageproductionsconducted by the 440 Productions Association, a group of current and former students of Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High.Whiletheeventdoeshaveitsseriousmoments,saideventchairwomanJaneAllen,"theirhopeistobringasmiletothelips andagleamofrecognitiontotheeye.Ifyouwere'there'inthe40s,youmaywellcatchaglimpseofsomepartofyourown life. If you are of recent vintage, you may gain deeper insight into 'the way it was' during wartime."Manyofthestoriesportrayedinthestageproductionaretakenfromtheactualeventsofveterans,warbridesandotherswho lived through the Second World War.The dinner theatre is set for Oct. 7, at 6:30 p.m., but it is recommended that everyone be seated by 6."And what a way to treat your entire family to Thanksgiving dinner," Allen said. "We're serving turkey with all the trimmings."Ticketsare$30.00perpersonandareavailableatthelegionbar,whichisopenat9a.m.MondaythroughSaturday.Formore information call 895-6529.