Three couples who all raised their kids on the same street have found a way to keep in touch after they move to new cities. Each year, on Labour Day weekend, the friends vacation together. This year, the ladies have planned a little surprise; a healthy, all-natural weekend at a trendy health resort, complete with organic food and exercise. The men, who really come for the beer and snacks, are not pleased when they find out. Tensions escalate into an all-out battle of the sexes.
Brief notes on casting:
Hanover Community Players and Edie Inksetter Lardy present a workshop designed to help the amateur community theatre actor gain confidence in developing their next character for the stage. It is open to anyone 16 years and up interested in character development through scene study, acting and reacting through action and intent. We will use scenes from contemporary and classical plays to work specifically on action. Ideal opportunity for those auditioning for spring theatre productions. Workshop runs from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. both days at St.
Musicians are invited to play 2 tunes. Up to 10 acts can be accomodated. Sign up board will be placed at door @ 7pm. To give everyone a chance,those who have played at 2 previous nights are requested to sign up after 7:20pm - if space available.
The GBFS and the Songwriter’s of Grey Bruce invite all ages, experience and genres to participate. Guest songwriter’s share their expertise at the start, then participants are invited to try out their original songs in a fun, supportive and relaxed environment. Bring an instrument, friend and come be a part of it. Doors open at 7:30pm
“A DESPERATE ROAD TO FREEDOM”
Kemble, Ontario (September 2nd 2009) - Sheatre will present a short dramatization of Dear
Canada - A Desperate Road to Freedom, a powerful new novel for young readers by Karleen
Bradford. This short play, written and directed by Joan Chandler, will be presented as a part
of the book launch celebrations on Thursday, September 24 at 7:00 pm at the Down Town book
store 945 2 nd Avenue East Owen Sound, ON N4K 2H5, Canada (519) 372-9760
The play chronicle the perilous journey of a young slave girl and her family to Canada and