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Small Things by Daniel MacIvor

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Saturday, November 1, 2014 - 15:00
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Patricia, a woman of grace and good breeding, moves to a grand house in a small town, hiring Birdy, a woman from the poor end of the same street, as her housekeeper.  Polar opposities in personality and circumstances, thier uneasy relationship becomes strained when Patricia takes an interest in Birdy's daughter, Dell.  An exploration of how it's really just small things that keep us from understanding each other.


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Small Things by Daniel MacIvor

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Saturday, November 1, 2014 - 20:00
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Patricia, a woman of grace and good breeding, moves to a grand house in a small town, hiring Birdy, a woman from the poor end of the same street, as her housekeeper.  Polar opposities in personality and circumstances, thier uneasy relationship becomes strained when Patricia takes an interest in Birdy's daughter, Dell.  An exploration of how it's really just small things that keep us from understanding each other.


Small Things by Daniel MacIvor

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Sunday, November 2, 2014 - 14:00
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Patricia, a woman of grace and good breeding, moves to a grand house in a small town, hiring Birdy, a woman from the poor end of the same street, as her housekeeper.  Polar opposities in personality and circumstances, thier uneasy relationship becomes strained when Patricia takes an interest in Birdy's daughter, Dell.  An exploration of how it's really just small things that keep us from understanding each other.


Vigil by Morris Panych

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Wednesday, November 19, 2014 - 20:00
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Kemp, a self-centered bank employee, receives a letter from his aunt Grace.  Alone and ill, she feels the end is near.  Without a second's hesitation, Kemp packs his bags and rushes across the country to be at "Auntie's" side.  To his great surprise, and irritation she appears to be getting better.  This Canadian play reveals the solitude borne by the unloved through humour and tenderness, with a twist that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

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Vigil by Morris Panych