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Playreaders Is Back!


By Marthe Fraser

We’re kicking off the SMA Playreaders’ season with a comedy to soften the blow of raising the admission price from 20 to 30 pesos. Even so, as I enjoy pointing out to folks, it’s still the best bargain in town.

Canada’s and my favorite playwright, Norm Foster, has written another fun and funny play. Come join us Wednesday and Thursday, June 27 and 28, for Lunenburg.

Iris Oulette has inherited a home in the charming little town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia from her recently deceased husband. The thing is, Iris had not known the house even existed. So she and her best friend Natalie have driven from their Maine homes to check it out and find out why Iris knew nothing about it. Charlie, the charismatic next-door neighbor, fills in the gaps of the mystery while romantic sparks fly.

Come meet Iris (Barbara Ziff), her best friend, Natalie (Judy Newell), and her new neighbor Charlie (Jim Newell). Dic Simandl will do lights and sound, Marthe Fraser directs. Plan to settle in and have a great time watching this story unfold in a series of twists and turns, spiced up with love and laughter.

Tickets are 30 pesos and will be sold at the door at 6:45pm each evening on a first-come, first-served basis. All ticket holders must be present when the doors open at 7pm or their seat may be resold. The play will begin at 7:30pm, or when the house is filled. Correct change will be greatly appreciated.




Wed–Thu, Jun 27–28, 7:30pm

St Paul’s Church

Cardo 6

152 0752

30 pesos




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