When a city businessman trades his pinstripe suit for overalls and retreats to a hundred-acre farm, the residents of Persephone Township raise their eyebrows. Weekend farmers are a common enough sight, but this man seems to think he can make a living with a broken-down racehorse and a single furrow plough. Letter From Wingfield Farm is the story of one man’s attempt to embrace a less complicated world. In a series of letters to the editor of the Larkspur weekly newspaper, Walt Wingfield tells of the people and events of his first year as a man of the soil.
Tickets include a delicious buffet meal before the show.
Adult/Senior - $85. Youth (4-20 years) - $63. Theatre Only (no buffet) - $55.
Evening shows on March 6 & 7 start at 8:00pm:
Meal starts between 5:30pm and 6:30pm
The Matinee on March 7 starts at 1:30pm.
Meal starts between 11:00am and 12:00pm.
I saw this production at Fire Exit Theatre in Calgary last year. It was one of the most extraordinarily entertaining, funny, interactive, and emotionally uplifting plays I have ever seen. The show was packed, and the audience loved it! This will be an experience like none we’ve ever had in our theatres—an interactive audience participation wonder that disarms, informs, and charms us.
Morris Ertman, Rosebud Theatre Artistic Director
"Chariots of Fire" is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc., a Concord Theatricals Company.
No material element of the staging seen in the original production of the Play (as performed in London's West End) may be knowingly copied or used in any way whatsoever.