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An Ordinary Afternoon in 1974

On the surface this play is a simple dialogue between two friends who are both dealing with the ends of their marriages. But as we listen to what’s not being said we realize how much is at stake for each of them, how their friendship has transformed and how extraordinary ...

The West Woods

A young Black woman finds her own way in the world. Set in 1968, The West Woods is a new play inspired by a rural Black community in Guysborough County during a time of social change and upheaval. It focuses on the Clarke Family, and challenges the traditional roles of ...

Watching Glory Die

A riveting yet deeply compassionate portrait of three women - Glory, a chronically disturbed young offender; Rosalee, the girl's mother; and Gail, a prison guard - inextricably linked by shared helplessness in the face of tragedy. Inspired by the true story of New Brunswick ...

Small Things

Well-bred Patricia has retired to a grand house in a small town and hires Birdy, from the wrong end of the same street, as her housekeeper. Their uneasy relationship becomes more strained when Patricia develops a bond with Birdy's daugher Dell. Small Things is a comedy that ...

As Ever

Set in present day and 1944, As Ever weaves written and oral history along with a healthy dose of imagination to reveal the impact of the Commercial Cable Company on Guysborough County residents both past and present. As Ever taps us on the shoulder to remind us of who we ...

Bingo

Nurk, Dookie, Heff, Boots and Bitsy gather in a motel room the night before their 30th High School Reunion.  Hilarity and hijinks ensue, tears and beers flow, and is that love in the air or just the familiar scent of the harbour?  "Bingo!" asks the question "They say you ...