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2024-25 Playbill

Domino Theatre presents The Mumberley Inheritance, by Warren C. Graves, directed by Matthew Davis.

The Mumberley Inheritance


Warren C. Graves
Sept. 5-21, 2024

DIRECTED BY MATTHEW DAVIS: A fast paced romp through the trials and tribulations of Mumberley Manor in England 1900. Brother Jack is in Canada trying to find the secret of the Mumberley fortune. Father's gambling debts are in the hands of villainous Marmaduke Mayhem. What can poor daughter Daphne do but marry Mayhem, leaving Rodney Southeart and his stiff upper lip at the vestry door? Rodney disguises himself as Jack, returned from Canada, at the same moment as Jack actually returns.

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Domino Theatre presents Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson, adapted by Richard Abbott, directed by Jen Buder.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde


Robert Louis Stevenson
adapted by Richard Abbott
Oct. 17-Nov. 2, 2024

DIRECTED BY JEN BUDER: Dr. Jekyll is a kind, well-respected, and intelligent scientist, who meddles with the darker side of science, as he wants to bring out his 'second' nature. He does this through transforming himself into Mr. Hyde—his evil alter ego, who doesn't repent or accept responsibility for his evil ways. A new and shocking version of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale of depravity, lust, love, and horror.

Domino Theatre presents The Homecoming, adapted by Christopher Sergel, directed by Penny Nash

The Homecoming


Christopher Sergel

Nov. 28-Dec. 14, 2024

DIRECTED BY PENNY NASH: Adapted from the book by Earl Hamner Jr. (which was later adapted into the television show The Waltons), the story follows the Spencer family, living at the foot of a Virginia mountain, in the time of the Great Depression. With his father having to take the only available job a long way from home. Clay-Boy is stuck with unusual responsibility for his brothers and sisters and worried because his father is long overdue in getting home. The climactic ending reveals the understanding and strength of a loving family.

Domino Theatre presents The Road to Mecca, by Athol Fugard, directed by Gord Love

The Road to Mecca


Athol Fugard
Jan. 16-Feb. 1, 2025

DIRECTED BY GORD LOVE: This unusual drama focuses on Miss Helen, an old Boer woman who lives alone in the South African boondocks, where she creates odd concrete sculptures, which she calls her Mecca. A young woman who was once helped by Miss Helen has traveled hundreds of miles to help her in a time of crisis. Miss Helen is in danger of being sent to an old folks' home by a narrow-minded minister, who considers her sculptures a public nuisance. A penetrating study of the role of the artist in any society, this important play was produced in London and New York to great critical acclaim.

Domino Theatre presents Almost, Maine, by John Cariani, directed by Sandie Cond

Almost, Maine


John Cariani
March 6-22, 2025

DIRECTED BY SANDIE COND: Welcome to Almost, Maine, a place that's so far north, it's almost not in the United States. It's almost in Canada. And it's not quite a town, because its residents never got around to getting organized. So it almost doesn't exist. One cold, clear night, as the Northern Lights hover in the star-filled sky above, the residents of Almost, Maine find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and hilarious ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. But the bruises heal and the hearts mend—almost—in this delightful midwinter night's dream.

Domino Theatre presents Unity (1918), by Kevin Kerr, directed by Leanna Williams

Unity (1918)


Kevin Kerr
April 24-May 10, 2025

DIRECTED BY LEANNA WILLIAMS: Unity (1918) is a poignant play that delves into the lives of a small Saskatchewan town during the tumultuous period of the first World War and the devastating Spanish Flu outbreak. Infused with biting dark humour and a deeply human touch, playwright Kevin Kerr's Governor General's Award-winning play tells the story of ordinary townsfolk quarantined under the shadow of death. Unity (1918) offers ample pleasures, including haunting musical accompaniment.

Domino Theatre presents Decrepitude Blues, by Douglas Bowie, directed by Liz Schell

Decrepitude Blues


Douglas Bowie
June 5-21, 2025

DIRECTED BY LIZ SCHELL: Tomorrow is Warren Winter's 70th birthday. But he's not happy about it. He's not happy about much of anything. When he left his marriage, his wife told him he'd end up old, bitter, and alone. "Old? Check! Bitter? Check! Alone? You betcha!" He contacts his ex-wife, with the faint hope of getting back together, only to learn that she has taken up with his best friend. He announces a birthday party for himself—and no one shows up. Indeed, the only thing he hasn't lost is his dark sense of humour, as he wryly confronts one indignity after another, as they befall him in waves.

Performances are at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, except 2:00 p.m. on the final Saturday of each production. at the Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Admission is $20.00 for adults, $10.00 for students and children. Senior citizens 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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