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Anya Kelly, Matthew Davis, Emily Bala and Naomi Ballance in Playboy of the Western World in 2000

From the Archives

Looking back at a couple of past productions...

20 Years Ago: Domino's 2000 production of Playboy of the Western World won Best Production in the Eastern Ontario Drama League (EODL) Festival and went on to the Theatre Ontario Festival, held that year in Timmins. At right are Anya Kelly, Matthew Davis, Emily Bala and Naomi Ballance.

35 Years Ago: In 1980 Domino staged another Irish play, Translations, by Brian Friel. This was also entered in the EODL Festival, and though it did not win the Best Production award it did win several others. Sorry, we can't identify everyone in the picture below. If you want to see the play, King's Town Players will be presenting it this spring at the Firehall in Gananoque.



Domino's 1980 production of Translations







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