We're thrilled to bring you the Summer Series! Welcome back to live theatre.
We have two outstanding plays for you: Chase the Ace, from August 11-20, and Josiah, from September 8-19.
Tickets are on sale now! Get two tickets for $70!*
(*Tickets are sold in pairs. When purchasing select one ticket for $70, and recieve seats for two people)
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Also available to stream
Online streaming options will be available for those that are not yet comfortable with in-person events.
Chase the Ace is streaming August 18 to September 7; Josiah is streaming September 15 to October 5.
About the Shows
CHASE THE ACE
Written & Performed by Mark Crawford | Directed by Miles Potter
When big city radio host Charlie King is forced to take a job managing a small town station, he has no idea what’s in store! Not only does a pandemic begin his first week in Port Belette, but he quickly finds himself chasing a story of municipal corruption. From the writer of Stag and Doe and The Birds and the Bees comes a hilarious one-man comedy about a down-on-his-luck DJ, a local lottery, and the search for truth in these unprecedented times.
Written & Directed by Charles Robertson | Starring Cassel Miles
A new Canadian play about the life of Josiah Henson, the "real" Uncle Tom. One man and a bucket brings one incredible story to life. This one-person show engages audiences with a mix of drama, dance, and movement to reveal the first chapter of Josiah Henson's life from slavery to freedom.
It is a collaboration between actor, Cassel Miles, and writer/director, Charles Robertson. Using excerpts from Josiah Henson’s autobiography and vernacular from the time, Robertson creates a realistic, yet poetic dialogue. “The play takes Henson's own words and spins them into compelling theatre” explains Robertson. In addition to Josiah, there are thirty other characters in the play all played by Miles.
Josiah Henson defied adversity. Morally brave and resilient, he is a role model.
In recognition of our Event Partners. Thank you for your support!