Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun
by Norm Foster
Sept. 4-20, 2014
DIRECTED BY PENNY NASH A 35-year-old man with the mental capacity of a seven-year-old meets a pregnant young woman in crisis, and the two form a lasting friendship. This is a heartwarming story about people finding the nerve to take responsibility and about persevering against the odds.Cast and Crew
An Enemy of the People
by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Arthur Miller
Oct. 16-Nov. 1, 2014
DIRECTED BY IAN MALCOLM A small Norwegian town has just begun to win fame and wealth through its medicinal spring waters. Dr. Stockmann, resident physician in charge, discovers that the waters are poisoned. He reports to his associates, but is shocked to fund that instead of being thanked, he is looked upon as a dangerous crank. As the people who run the local paper do their utmost to urge secrecy and compromise, the determined doctor realizes that the honesty and idealism he has counted upon to make the truth prevail simply do not exist in the face of selfish "practical" interests.Cast and Crew
Uh Oh, Here Comes Christmas
by Robert Fulghum, Ernest Zulia and David Caldwell
Nov. 27-Dec. 13, 2014
DIRECTED BY KATIE FLOWER-SMITH Holiday stories from the international best-selling author of All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten have been crafted into an engaging evening of storytelling and song. This charming show takes a funny, heartwarming and often poignant look at the struggle to find the spirit of the holidays amid the avalanche of commercialism, stress and chaos that crashes down every December.Cast and Crew
The Glass Menagerie
by Tennessee Williams
Jan. 15-31, 2015
DIRECTED BY STUART PAYNE Amanda, a Southern woman brought up in a world where "superior things" were important, is trying hard to provide them for her children, especially her withdrawn daughter Laura. She persuades her son Tom to bring an acquaintance home for dinner, and sets an elaborate stage for the "gentleman caller."
Mom's the Word
by Carson, Daum, Kelly, Nichol, Pollard and Williams
Feb. 26-Mar. 14, 2015
DIRECTED BY SANDIE COND Without the rose-coloured lens treatment, Mom's the Word is a hilarious, intimate look at motherhood. Touching, vivid tales of giving birth to a premature baby are balanced against comic, ribald stories of diaper soup and sex after children. A funny and deeply touching play, it deals in shocking detail with all the important elements of childrearing: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Domino's entry in the Eastern Ontario Drama League Festival.Auditions
by David French
April 23-May 9, 2015
DIRECTED BY MIKE SHEPPARD Soon after his third novel is published, mystery writer Steve Marsh's wife receives a series of phone calls and letters that threaten to destroy their marriage. Adultery, blackmail, murder, a figure lurking in the rain — all these elements of Marsh's fiction become part of his life as the mystery's twists and turns carry us to its surprising conclusion.
Caught in the Net
by Ray Cooney
June 4-20, 2015
DIRECTED BY LIZ SCHELL The sequel to Run for Your Wife finds bigamist taxi driver John Smith still keeping his two families in different parts of London, blissfully unaware of each other. However, his teenage children — a girl from one family and a boy from the other — have met on the internet and are anxious to meet in person since they have a common surname and taxi-driving dad! Keeping them apart plunges John into a hellhole of his own making and the situation spirals out of control as John juggles outrageously with the truth.
Performances are at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. at the Domino Theatre, 52 Church St.
Admission is $20.00. Senior citizens, students and members can buy discount
tickets at the door for $16.00 on Thursday evenings only. For tickets, contact
the Grand Theatre Box Office, 613-530-2050.
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