Behind the Scene: Rehearsal of On Golden Pond
Lovable curmudgeon Norman Thayer is as tart-tongued as ever. His spirited wife, Ethel, delights in all the small things that have enriched their lives. Together, they are returning to their summer home on the lake for the forty-eighth year and are soon visited by their adult daughter, her uptight fiancé, and his rebellious teenage son.
“On Golden Pond” is a heartwarming story about revisiting the past and forging new bonds across generations. This modern classic remains an inspiring celebration of the universal challenges we all face, and the ultimate triumphs of life, love, and family.
Stage 88 is a not-for-profit, Brantford-based, community theatre company that enriches and entertains by providing superior theatrical experience through creative community involvement.
“On Golden Pond” is Stage 88’s second production of their 2015-2016 season which began in October with the charming comedy “Harvest”, a play by Canadian playwright Ken Cameron, performed at the Gord Paynter Theatre at North Park Collegiate.
Stage 88 and the Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts are pleased to continue their long-standing relationship of providing quality theatre productions with this February performances of “On Golden Pond”, a play by Ernest Thompson, and directed by Rick Toews.
Make sure to Be Seen at their performances!
Thursday February 18th and Friday February 19th at 8pm and the recently added Saturday February 20th 2pm matinee. For more information, please visit www.sandersoncentre.ca
Submitted by: Stage 88
Photography by: Heather Cardle
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