DATES & TIMES NOW DETERMINED FOR OUR UPCOMING PLAY 'HAYFEVER"

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Dates & Times for our upcoming play have now been determined.

Additional details - and the reservation form -

will be posted on our PSC COMMUNITY THEATRE web site

this week

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

DATES

 

 

FRIDAY – APRIL 29TH at 8PM

SATURDAY – APRIL 30TH at 8PM

SUNDAY – MAY 1ST at 2PM ***

 

FRIDAY – MAY 6TH at 8PM

SATURDAY – MAY 7TH at 8PM

SUNDAY – MAY 8TH at 7PM***

 

THURSDAY – MAY 12TH at 8PM

FRIDAY – MAY 13TH at 8PM

SATURDAY – MAY 14TH at 8PM

SUNDAY – MAY 15TH at 2PM***

 

(Note: All performances at 8h; except the Sunday performances, May 8th at 7h; and, May 1st & May 15th at 2h)

 

ABOUT THE PLAY

 

 

 

HAYFEVER is set in the home of four eccentric members of the Bliss family

(Judith; David and their two children Sorel & Simon).

The Bliss family live their lives in a continuous display of drama. The fun really starts when they discover that each of them have invited guests down for the weekend.

 

It soon becomes a weekend of “Get the Guests” as they are humiliated with parlour games and faked love intrigues. The final scene where the bedraggled guests fugitively leave is not even noticed by the Blisses as they quarrel over the street locations in Paris! The bantering which goes on in this play reminds one of the trivial banter of Seinfeld- or is it - that the trivial banter of Seinfeld reminds one of Hay Fever?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 COST:

                        

            Suggested donation of

      $ 7.00

                   To the benefit of the PSC Youth Theatre program

 

 

                                            All performances take place at:

 

                                                                          THE OLD BANK

                                                                1900 Wellington Street

                                                             Point St. Charles (Montreal)

 

(Please reserve ASAP since from past experience, we generally sell out all performances!

 (NOW ATTRACTING AN AUDIENCE OF APPROXIMATELY 700 PEOPLEAT EACH PLAY)