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The Rules of Playing Risk



Unsociable retiree Garfield Lyons is eight weeks into recovery from an accident, aided by nurse Maggie who makes house calls at his secluded Parry Sound home, when a letter arrives informing him that his estranged fourteen-year-old grandson Brandon is in need of a place to stay. Prevailed upon by the ever-outspoken Maggie, Garfield agrees to house the boy, setting grandfather and grandson on an obstacle course of generational divides that cannot be resolved without both of them taking a “Risk”.


Playwright: Kristen DaSilva
Director: David Nairn

Starring
 Neil Foster
 Erin MacKinnon
 Liam MacDonald
 
Creative and Production Team
Beckie Morris - Set Design
Dan Palmieri - Lighting Design
Lisa Lahue - Costume Coordinator
 Sara May - Videography and Editing
Dan Palmieri - Audio Mastering

 

Thank you to our amazing Sponsors! 
 

Cornerstone Partners 
 The Town Of Orangeville 
Downtown BIA
Ontario Arts Council 
Canada Council for the Arts
County of Dufferin
Township of East Garafaxa
  
Series Sponsors
 MacMaster Buick GMC
Orangeville Chrysler
Clorox Canada
Orangeville Home Hardware
Country 105
 
 Show Sponsors
 Humber Orangeville Campus
Mark’s
Jungle Oasis
e. Hoffman Plastics
Orangeville Citizen
 

Show Supporters
Citrus Dance
Dulux Paints
Sunbelt Rental
James Dick Construction
Black Birch Restaurant
Neil Mathieson
Boston Pizza
Van Harten Surveying
The Chocolate Shop

 
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This is a virtual event. The event becomes active April 16th at 7pm, watch any time before May 2nd at 10pm!

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We wanted to give you the opportunity to meet the brilliant cast and crew behind this sensational production. We have created an online program for The Rules of Playing Risk, just click the link below.


 

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