Norm Foster shows that the best years are also the funniest
Written by Norm Foster
Presented by 3P Productions
Directed by Derek Ritschel
SPECIAL BONUS: Q&A Session with the entire cast right from the stage available for no extra cost at select performances!
One of Canada’s most celebrated playwrights delivers laughs in this play about two retirees and their quest to find friendship, love and happiness in an assisted living home. Join Jonas Ainsworth and Barry Butterfield as they attempt to spice up their lives and the lives of those around them at Gateway Gardens – while successfully warming your heart.
“The show is a winner all around.”
The Wellington Advertiser
“Don’t miss it.”
“Foster strikes theatre gold again”
Role: Jonas Ainsworth
Norm Foster has been writing and acting on and for the professional stage since 1982. His nearly sixty plays include The Melville Boys, The Foursome, Mending Fences, Lunenburg, Screwball Comedy and Hilda’s Yard. He has a theatre festival in his name, The Foster Festival, in St. Catharine’s Ontario and he was recently made an Officer of the Order of Canada.
Role: Barry Butterfield
David is currently enjoying his 19th season as Artistic Director of Theatre Orangeville, a theatre dedicated to the creation, development and production of Canadian plays and musicals. He has directed over 65 plays there including many premieres of works by Norm Foster. David is thrilled to be back on stage with his great friend Norm and his dear “daughter” Erin. David is a proud recipient of The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Courageous, House of Many Tongues (Tarragon Theatre); Cold Meat Party (Factory Theatre); The Valley (Alberta Theatre Projects); Unity 1918 (GCTC); The Crucible (Theatre Aquarius); Steel Magnolias, Hilda’s Yard, Hotbed Hotel, Anne (Upper Canada Playhouse); The Melville Boys, Storm Warning, Drinking Alone, 39 Steps, Doubt (The Rose Theatre); Salt-Water Moon, Pericles (Festival of Classics); Collected Stories (Mea Culpa); Pains of Youth (Theatre Voce). Film/TV: UKM (Peace Arch Entertainment). Training:George Brown College
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