by Jane Austen
adapted by Martin Millar and Doon MacKichan
December 8-17
Directed by Maureen Lukie
Produced by Maureen Thornton and Drew Sullivan

by permission of Samuel French (Canada) Ltd.

Emma is pretty, clever and rich and so eager to marry her good friend Harriet off to all the wrong men that she risks missing out on love herself. A delightful comedy with wonderful characters and Austen’s timeless observations of hearts in pursuit of happiness.

Cast: Amanda Skinner, Maureen McKinnon, Ted Powers, Ashley MacKay, Chloe Flint, Heather Kincaide, Hailee Morrow, Kathryn Nikkanen, Randall Connoly, Jennifer McNaughton, Emma Culpeper, Patrick Brown, Jorie Morrow, Paula Wilkie, and Jeff Burke

outoforderOut of Order

By Ray Cooney
February 23-March 4
Directed by Jeff Burke
Produced by Maureen Lukie

by permission of Samuel French (Canada) Ltd.

And now for something completely different – a wild romp as a Cabinet Minister attempts a night of passion with a secretary from the Opposition Party, and opposition arrives in all forms! An angry husband, a mild-mannered aid, an unsuspecting wife and a dead body are only a few of the complications in this farce, which won the Olivier Award for Best Play.

Cast: James Lukie, Stephen Flett, Kat Lai, Derek Dorey, Mark Hincks, Heather Goodall, Laura Elkin, Tom Girling, Devin Upham, and Amariah Henry

familyjewelsThe Family Jewels

by Gerald Hess and Derek Dorey
April 13-22
Directed by David Cairns

by permission of Samuel French (Canada) Ltd.

From the authors of The Evil that Men Do (Amicus, 2004), a fresh new farce in an original production. The wealthy Whiteside family are in for an unexpected reunion at the family cottage, as Fiona Whiteside dallies with her brother-in-law, John, while her husband, Charles, arrives for a weekend with John’s fiancee. All that’s missing are the parents – but not for long! A case of family ties that are a little too tight for comfort.

Cast: Adrian Falconer, Kathryn Morgan, Randall Connoly, Lesley Tumber, Brian Ablett, and Jane Hunter

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