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DebuTheatre: Legoland & For Never Not Always

DebuTheatre

*two one-act plays*

July 4-20, 2019

 

Legoland

– by Jacob Richmond, directed by Sargil Tongol

Wildly inventive and darkly funny, this coming-of-age tale chronicles the misadventures of two precocious teens on their odyssey from a hippie commune to the big city world they called “Legoland”.

 

For Never Not Always

– by Jennifer Peters, directed by Jennifer Peters

When Michael breaks up Brenda and Ryan’s wedding, Brenda thinks the reason is simple, Michael is still in love with her. Communication between the three has never been easy, and it’s about to get more confusing than ever before!

 

Tickets available HERE

Social Security

By Andrew Bergman

Directed by Kayt Roth

October 17 – November 16, 2019

A comedic story about a married couple who are art dealers. Their domestic tranquility is shattered with the arrival of the wife’s prim sister, her uptight husband and her bitter mother. They are there trying to save their college daughter from the horrors of college sex. The mother hits it off with an artist friend of the couple much to the dismay of the prim sister. Mild adult themes.

Tickets available HERE

 

The Late Christopher Bean

By Sidney Howard

Directed by Terry Thomas

January 23 – February 22, 2020

A family who rented a room to a struggling artist finds out that his art is posthumously valuable. Then hilarity and misunderstandings and greed take centre stage as they gather the paintings that could sell for millions. Only the housekeeper seems to have genuinely appreciated Bean.

 

Tickets available HERE

Perfect Arrangement

By Topher Payne

Directed by Cathie Young

April 23 – May 30, 2020

1950. Georgetown. Washington, D.C. As the Red Scare looms large, two State Department employees, Bob and Norma, receive orders to expose moral turpitude within the government. But, the coworkers are both gay and have married each other’s partners, Millie and Jim, in a picture-perfect façade of domestic, mid-century bliss separated, literally, by a shared closet door. Inspired by true stories of social survival, this bubbly cocktail party-meets-TV sitcom simmers into poignant realism as the four mates face exposure and a future more gray than Technicolor.

 

 

 

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