February 3rd to 18th, 2017
By Norm Foster
Directed by Alice Nelson
What do you do when all the money is gone? When there’s no jobs in sight, the family home still isn’t paid off and the bills just keep coming, how can one survive in a society that requires capital? When Rollie and Daphne Waters are faced with just such a situation, they decide it is time to get creative…and a little risqué. Okay, a lot risqué. But it would be fairly easy, after all, their friend Alex has a camera, he’s a professional cameraman and he just lost his job too! Daphne is a writer, Rollie can get the costumes…it’s a cash cow! And besides, it’s not like the designer dress can be returned, so what choice do they have, really? It could be romantic, really—a young love story, with Italian bakeries and nine grain baguettes! Come enjoy a laugh with us in these troubling economic times, it’s in the stars!
In honour of Canada’s 150th year, we are presenting this comedy by renowned Canadian playwright Norm Foster.
|Producer||Lisette Allan &|
|Stage Manager||Lisa Floyd|
|Set Design & Construction||Bill Brown|
|Properties & Set Décor||Mike Johnson|
|Costume Designer||Tracey Graham|
|Lighting Design||Lisa Floyd|
|Rollie Waters||Scottie Grinton|
|Daphne Waters||Wendy Froberg|
|Alex Tratt||Mark Lyndon|
|Byron Hobbs||Matthew Hall|