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Gloria’s Guy takes the stage at Guelph Little Theatre this winter

GUELPH - From Jan. 26 to Feb. 10 Gloria’s Guy will be on stage at the Guelph Little Theatre. This is the theatre’s Western Ontario Drama League Festival entry.

Summer breezes induce a nostalgic mood when four former high school friends return to their hometown for a wedding. Now 40, they seize the opportunity for a boisterous reunion, in a boat house apartment where they partied in the past.

But, 40 is a time for reckoning. Absurd antics and mistaken assumptions may suggest light domestic comedy, but a closer look unearths darker shades, reminiscent of Alice Munro’s thesis that “people’s lives are dull, simple, amazing and unfathomable – deep caves paved with kitchen linoleum.”

Enter one former beau, the lingering mystery of a prom night heartbreak, and a somewhat irascible old busybody, to reveal elements of disappointment and renewal, loss and redemption.

Tickets are $22 and can be purchased at 519-821-0270 or at guelphlittletheatre.com/tickets.

Evening shows begin at 8pm and matinees begin at 2pm.

January 12, 2018

 
 

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