November 30, 2013
We had a very satisfying opening night this evening, with people saying awfully nice things about the show. We were also delighted to see write-ups about ‘A Theatre of Our Own’ in The London Free Press (by Joe Belanger) and the Western Gazette (by Brent Holmes). There are two remaining showings of ‘A Theatre of Our Own’ — on Saturday (Nov 30th) at 2PM and at 7PM. Here are some photos from our dress rehearsals (taken by Dale Armstrong) to whet your appetite!
November 18, 2013
Joe Lella and Hannah Drew play the memorable Max Harkaway and his niece, Grace Harkaway
Max Harkaway is a crusty old squire with a heart of gold, especially when it comes to his niece, Grace. Grace Harkaway loves her uncle unreservedly, and tolerates his moods with equanimity. Grace must choose between marrying an elderly gentleman (and keep her estate), and a young dandy (and lose her fortune). Max is worried that Grace will be unhappy marrying for money. Here we see the contrast between Max’s gruffness, as he tries to steer her towards a more suitable match, and Grace’s assurance and tenderheartedness.
November 14, 2013
We held a costume fitting for “A Theatre of Our Own” on Hallowe’en. Here’s a sneak peek…