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"I'm looking for the truth. The audience doesn't come to see you, they come to see themselves."

- Julianne Moore

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The Season in Pictures One


James Gow, Julia Moore, Don Mitchell, Jarret Hains, Debbie Baker, Patricia Whitlaw and Scott Arsenault

Domino's 66th season started off with Ken Ludwig's farce A Comedy of Tenors, at right, featuring from left to right James Gow, Julia Moore, Don Mitchell, Jarret Hains, Debbie Baker, Patricia Whitlaw and Scott Arsenault.



Harold G. Potter and Tom Abram Richard Palimaka and Sandy Turcotte

Next up was The Mouse House, a thriller by Ontario playwright Robert Ainsworth. In the photos at left are, from left to right, Harold G. Potter, Tom Abram, Richard Palimaka and Sandy Turcotte.



Alexandra Boese, Robert Grim, Madeline Kerr and William Kerr

And in December, the well-known Christmas story Yes Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus. Some of the cast, from left to right: Matt Salton, Grant Buckler, Alexandra Boese, Robert Grim, Madeline Kerr and William Kerr.


Matt Salton and Grant Buckler



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