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    September 26th – October 11th


    The Curious Savage

    by John Patrick

    Directed by Glen Walker


    Mrs. Savage, a wealthy widow is in conflict with her greedy stepchildren. To get at her riches, they put her into a “home” where she makes friends with a group of off-beat residents. The Curious Savage will entertain and amuse all ages from all walks of life.


    October 16th-19th - EODL One Act Festival Entrant


    Fishing Buddies

    by Geoff Hewitson and Chuck Vollmar

    Directed by Geoff Hewitson and Chuck Vollmar


    “Fishing Buddies” is the story of two men who find each other alone in each other’s company as a result of a serious car crash. After blaming each other for the accident the two strangers find some common ground and realize they must work together to survive. This is the story of male bonding.


    October 31st – November 15th


    Twelve Angry Jurors

    by Reginald Rose

    Directed by Keith Smith


    Twelve Angry Jurors is a mixed cast presentation of the classic, Twelve Angry Men. In late summer 1954, after standing on trial for the fatal stabbing of his father, the fate of a 19-year-old man hangs in the balance. In a bleak jury room, one of the 12 jurors begins opening the others’ eyes to the facts. Things begin to get personal as each juror reveals his or her own character as the various testimonies are re-examined, the murder is re-enacted and a new murder threat is born before their eyes!


    December 9th – 14th


    Babe

    by David Wood

    Directed by Charles Shamess


    “Babe The Sheep-Pig” is a tale of high adventure in the farmyard; of humble beginnings and courageous triumphs. This is the story of one piglet’s rise to become the world famous ‘sheep-pig’, through tenacity and with the help of his barnyard pals. A tender and funny show for all ages.


    January 16th – January 31st


    Shorthanded

    by Michael Grant

    Directed by Bea Quarrie


    20 years after a crushing defeat in the championship hockey game, the boys in Ontariotown have one opportunity for redemption. Will being shorthanded destroy their final chance at a comeback? This hilarious and touching comedy explores the roots of friendship, loyalty, and community.


    February 20th – March 7th - EODL Full-Length entrant


    Born Yesterday

    by Garson Kanin

    Directed by Pat Maitland and Ian Burns


    Belligerent junk tycoon, Harry Brock, brings his entourage to Washington to make some crooked deals, but when advised that his beautiful but unrefined girlfriend could be a liability, Brock hires a tutor to give her a crash course in culture.


    May 1st – May 9th (Showplace)


    Cats

    by Andrew Lloyd Webber

    Directed by Len Lifchus


    Cats is a musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, based on Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot. The musical tells the story of a tribe of cats called the Jellicles and the night they make what is known as “the Jellicle choice” and decide which cat will ascend to the Heaviside Layer and come back to a new life. Cats also introduced the song standard “Memory”. The show opened in London in 1981 and then New York in 1982 and is the 2nd longest running show on Broadway, surpassed only by The Phantom of the Opera.


    July 17th-July 25th


    The Marvelous Wonderettes

    by Roger Bean

    Directed by Margaret Barnes


    The Marvelous Wonderettes is an off-Broadway musical comedy. This fun show uses pop songs from the ‘50s and ‘60s as a vehicle to tell its story, paying homage to the great female singers and girl groups of the period.

    August 14th – 22nd


    Mentor Program