Thursday, 20 October 2011

Out the Meadow by Bev Brett Comes to The Masonic Hall, Baddeck

“Out of the Meadow” will take place at the Masonic Hall in Baddeck from October 21st to October 23rd. The play is written by Bev Brett and has received rave review by audiences where ever it has been seen. The Play was mentioned in the Can Revue May 2011 Issue, Playwrights Guild of Canada’s bi monthly newsletter of Canadian Plays: Out the Meadow by Bev Brett is mentioned as:
“A funny and haunting love story set against the backdrop of a colourful
Scottish Gaelic community in rural Cape Breton Island. Archie MacLean, an
entertaining storyteller, a charming liar, and a compulsive birdwatcher falls in
love with Lisa, a singer songwriter from away, whose career has taken a
downturn. Their coming together is joyous and inevitable but as the world
closes in on Archie both he and Lisa are thrown into struggle to survive from which only one emerges.” Out the Meadow was first produced in 2009 at Forerunner Theatre, in Halifax. I also play at Ship’s Company Theatre in Parrsboro on main stage from June 29th threw July 24 of this year, where it drew very positive reviews, such as this one by Andrea Nemetz, Entertainment Reporter from the Halifax Herald on July 6th,2011.
“dazzling and memorable”

“It’s worth the trip to Parrsboro to see this new, technically dazzling production…makes you part of the lives of three memorable characters and leaves you recalling their stories long after you’ve left the theatre.”
Now audiences here in Cape Breton will now have the opportunity to enjoy this delightful Cape Breton Love Story, written by the very talented Bev Brett first hand. It will be presented by the St. Ann’s Bay Players at the Masonic Hall, in Baddeck on the following dates: Friday, October 21, 2011 from 7:30pm until 9:30pm, on Saturday, October 22, from 7:30pm until 9:30pm and on Sunday, October 23, from 2pm until 4pm. For info' or reservations, phone 929-2426

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