Laugh On! – Dundas County Players
Come on out for an evening of music and comedy, as the Dundas County Players present Laugh On!This production takes its inspiration from a time when Peace and Love were all the rage. Music from the 60’s and 70’s interspersed with comedy makes for an evening of nostalgia and laughs. Directed by Amanda Burger, produced by JP Leduc , and with musical direction by Colleen Howard, the cast of 14 has created outstanding, funny, warm and evocative performances.
The cast includes veteran actors such as Michael Bonner, Rick Ventrella, Suzanne Steele, Maggie Badior, Elizabeth Barton and Lynn Jolicoeur. Roger Boake (Chelsea, ON), has returned to perform, as has Braxton Bowes, who was first seen in last season’s Charlie Brown. The Dundas County Players is always excited to welcome new talent and this show has excelled at bringing in new talent of all ages; Karen Ray-Stewart and Gwen Smith from SD&G, along with Kim Knight (Metcalf), Jacklyn Bryson (Russell) and Kat Dawiskiba (Casselman) add their incredible talent to an already seasoned cast. The everfunny Harmony Koiter has also produced a surprise for the show (shhhh…we are not telling what it is).
“This year we have been lucky to have head writers in the development of this show. Michael Bonner and Barry Yuen’s comedy writings have taken this show to a new level. Laugh On! is a sunny, entertaining evening where you can sit back, relax, giggle and take a walk down memory lane.
Laugh On! at the Old Town Hall, 478 Main Street East, Winchester, ON
June 15-16, and 22-23, 2018 at 7:30 pm and June 17 and 24, 2018 at 2:00 pm.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 dollars for people 18 years old and younger.
Tickets can be purchased on-line via PayPal, or by reserving by phone 613-297-0097 or by buying in person at The Planted Arrow, 501 Main St, Winchester.
Marion Bridge by Daniel McIvor Take Place November 16, 17, 18, 23, 24 and 25, 2018.
Marion Bridge – was written by one of Canada’s best known playwrights, Daniel McIvor, famous for compelling and strikingly honest dialogue, nuanced humour and fast transitions. This play combines outstanding character development, insightful writing and pointed Cape Breton humour for an immensely satisfying theatre experience that tugs at the heartstrings.
Directed by Moira Law, with Elizabeth Barton as Assistant Director and Suzanne Steele as Stage Manager.