The Montgomery Theatre 2009: “Plays from the Life & Times of L.M. Montgomery”

WHEN: Tuesdays – Sundays JULY 14 – AUGUST 23

All performances 7:30 pm

WHERE: the Church at Avonlea Village, Cavendish

Private Lives by Noel Coward. Directed by Duncan McIntosh.

Written in 1929, Private Lives contains some of the funniest, wittiest dialogue ever. Like last year’s hit The Importance of Being Earnest, this is a first rate comedy. A divorced couple has each acquired a new spouse and find themselves on honeymoons in adjoining hotel suites. It only takes a few minutes together again to realize they are still in love. Then the excitement really begins!

The Fourposter by Jan de Hartog.

From a wedding night in 1890 to widowhood in 1925, all the scenes in this romantic comedy are acted out in and around the couple’s fourposter bed. The wedding night jitters, the onset of labour for their first child, the trials of parenthood and the sometime storms of marital life create hilarious scenes to make this a memorable and moving story. Bring a handkerchief – for tears of sympathy and laughter.

GROUP RATE DISCOUNTS FOR GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE:

20% Discount on all tickets (20% deposit required)

Regular Rate                                   Group Rate

Balcony $ 20 + tax                        $ 16 + tax

Side $ 25 + tax                                $ 20 + tax

Premier $ 32 + tax                             $ 25.60 + tax

Group rates do not apply to Opening Nights

Book & Pay before March 1st for Earlybird Group Special : Any Seat in the House for $16 + tax !

Book now to save! Call the Theatre Office 902 963 3847 or email kathy@themontgomerytheatre.com

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