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At the end of WWI and the dawn of a new era, a small town makes sense of a changing and surprising world.
“A work of powerful and moving familiarity…It’s also painfully funny” The Globe and Mail
Winner of the Governor General’s Award for Drama in 2002.

Saturday, July 9th at 6 p.m.

48 in stock

2P 2022 Box Office

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(we require 24 hours notice)
PLEASE NOTE: the meals are not available on preview or opening nights.

The Light Lunch comes with with fresh bread, Foxhill cheese, Tangled Garden Jelly, and a Valley apple.
The Full Picnic comes with a sausage/veggie roll with Getaway Farms sausage, and Tangled Garden Jelly, a salad from our gardens with Tangled Garden Vinaigrette and a dessert of the day, plus your choice of one of our beverages.
If you have multiple picnics, or light lunches, please let us know the names of the people with their dietary needs so we can ensure your needs are met!
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Unity (1918) by Kevin Kerr (Atlantic Premiere)

Saturday, July 9th at 6 p.m.

In the fall of 1918, the town of Unity, Saskatchewan is celebrating the end of World War One and the return of its young soldiers. But the town’s resilience is tested as a new challenge emerges.  In this painfully funny work of moving familiarity, the characters in the farming community of Kevin Kerr’s Unity 1918, resonate powerfully and surprisingly.

Winner of the Governor General’s Award for Drama in 2002.