March 1 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm$40
written by Willy Russell
Performed at PIONEER MEMORIAL CHURCH HALL
March 1 @ 7pm
$40 Fundraiser for new furnace at Pioneer Memorial Church ($10/ticket donated for this purpose)
Cash at the door OR reserve a spot with an e-transfer of $40 to email@example.com
Named among the “10 most influential postwar British plays.” The Guardian U.K.
Dot The T is proud to remount their production of this award-winning heartwarming comedy, directed by Cydney Jones and performed by Jodie Auckland.
“A joyful captivating piece of theatre.” — The New York Daily News
“Russell’s script shows a deep and compassionate understanding of a certain kind of working-class woman at a certain age.” — The Guardian
“A thrilling, cheer raising piece of theatre.” — The Financial Times
- Tony Award Nomination for BEST PLAY in 1989
- Laurence Olivier award winner for BEST NEW COMEDY in 1988
Play runs 90 minutes plus one 15 minute intermission. Refreshments available.
The heroine in the actor’s tour-de-force is an ordinary middle-class English housewife. As she prepares chips and egg for dinner, she ruminates on her life and tells ‘the wall’ about her husband, her children, her past, and an invitation from a friend to join her on holiday in Greece to search for romance and adventure.
PLEASE NOTE: The content of this play is best suited for mature audiences. Some language may offend. Entrance is from parking area around the back.
Thank you the Lake of Bays Township for their support.
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