Theater Aquarius presents THE LONG WEEKEND - a comedy by Norm Foster

Experience…Theatre to the MAX!

WITH NORM FOSTER'S THE LONG WEEKEND

 

 

  

"Wicked wit and uproarious comedy by our favourite playwright! It was your love of Norm Foster that humoured me into a tradition of Foster romantic comedies. So here's my favourite – The Long Weekend: two couples come to a cottage where they discover fantastic truths and hilarious deceptions"  says Reimer.

 

Starring in The Long Weekend……

 

Sharon Heldt (Wynn Trueman) is thrilled to be returning to Theatre Aquarius after performing last fall in Real Estate. Recent credits: The Ginko Tree and The Thirteenth One at the Blyth Festival, Top Gun! The Musical (Off-Broadway, 47th Street Theatre), Wrong For Each Other (Theatre Cambridge), and Sleepless (Toronto Fringe). Other selected credits: Olivia in Twelfth Night, directed by William Hutt, Dotttie in Pal Joey (Tarragon, NAC, Grand), Lady Macbeth in Macbeth (Annex Theatre) and two seasons with the Stratford Festival.

 

Mary Long (Abby Nash) is pleased to be returning to Theatre Aquarius! She has graced the stages of Canada for over 30 years. She created a memorable performance of Cecily in Tom Stoppard's Travesties co-starring Kathleen Turner at MTC; and has just played Nina in Norm Foster's newest comedy Looking. She was Maria in the Centaur Theatre's production of Mambo Italiano in Montreal, and then at the Elgin Theatre in Toronto; subsequently directing the show at the Waterloo Stage.

 

Don Noble (Max Trueman) is thrilled to be working at Theatre Aquarius for the first time, having recently moved out to this part of the world from Vancouver. Recent credits include Trent Balfour in The Last Resort (Stage West, Calgary), Lord Goring in An Ideal Husband (Chemainus Theatre Festival), Nick Arnstein in Funny Girl (Arts Club, Vancouver) and Sam Carmichael in Mamma Mia! (US National Tour). Other favourites: Elizabeth Rex, Candida, The Importance of Being Ernest, Blood Brothers, Henry IV, The Tempest, and The Diary of Anne Frank.


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