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They're Found in Trees

They’re Found in Trees is a story about three birdwatchers, or ‘birders’ as they are commonly referred to. William and Mitchell are two middle-aged men who meet every Saturday morning at Fundy National Park in New Brunswick to engage in their birdwatching passion.

On this particular Saturday they have advertised in a ‘birder’ magazine looking for other bird lovers to join their club. The two men figure if they have more members, then they will get a break on the exorbitant $7.50 admission fee to the park.

Enter Paula Bismark. Paula has just split up from her husband and has decided to try ‘birding’ in order to get her mind off of her failed marriage.

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  • Playwright: Norm Foster

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Running time

This show runs 2 hours with one 15-minute intermission.

Venue

Opera House

87 Broadway

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Relaxed Performance

Oct 26, 2022 7:00 PM

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