Ken Ludwig's The Three Musketeers
ADAPTED FROM THE NOVEL BY ALEXANDRE DUMAS
Directed by Brian Taylor
A fast-paced and funny adaptation of the beloved classic tale of the dashing Musketeers. Young d'Artagnan sets out, with his sister in tow, to join the King's guard. He meets the famous three Musketeers and swashbuckles with them through daring quests, actionpacked swordfights and heroic rescues. This thrilling and playful adventure is a tale of heroism, treachery and close escapes, and above all, honour. It’s all for one and one for all!
The Clean House
BY SARAH RUHL
Directed by Kelly Daniels
Lane, a busy, career-minded doctor, likes her life organized and her house clean. The only problem is she has hired a Brazilian maid who hates to clean and longs to be a comedienne. While the maid works to create the perfect joke, Lane's sister secretly takes over the cleaning. But things get really messy when Lane's husband finds his soul mate—and it's not Lane. This wryly funny, wonderfully original comedy is a whimsical and deeply moving look at personal change, love and the beauty in life's messes.
Queen Milli of Galt
BY GARY KIRKHAM
Directed by Marc Bondy
A charming and warm romantic comedy based on a true story. After the 1972 death of the Duke of Windsor (Edward VIII), an 80-year-old woman from Galt, Ontario, had her tombstone engraved—naming herself as his wife. The tale begins when the handsome Prince visits Galt, in the autumn of 1919, and meets the feisty and irresistible young Milli. Gary Kirkham delivers a touching and funny romance that proves that some loves last forever.
BY JESSICA SWALE
In 1896, at Cambridge University's Girton College, Tess Moffatt and her fellow first years are determined to win the right to graduate. Fighting against the stigma of being a "bluestocking" (an "unnatural", educated woman), they face economic difficulty, the distractions of love, the cruelty of the class divide, strong opposition and painful choices. Blue Stockings is a moving, comical and eye-opening story of four brave young women fighting for education and self-determination.
Lion In The Streets
BY JUDITH THOMPSON
Directed by Jim Warren
The ghost of Isobel, a nine-year-old Portuguese girl, wanders the neighbourhoods of Toronto in search of her murderer. As she watches over the living, she shares their darkest moments, and ultimately finds hope and forgiveness. In this powerful and surreal masterpiece by one of Canada's pre-eminent and celebrated playwrights, Thompson examines isolation, cruelty and the possibility of a moment of grace and redemption.
BY NORM FOSTER
Directed by Gordon McCall
A wildly funny comedy of life behind bedroom doors. Six hilarious tales, linked by one racy radio broadcast, feature an ambitious radio shock jock, a responsible, middle-aged couple, a woman visiting a dying man she snubbed years ago, two bumbling burglars, a rock star's young groupie, and an accident-prone stripper. A brilliant reminder of the strength of love and friendship by Canada's most popular playwright.