World Premiere Announced for THE YEAR AND TWO OF US BACK HERE

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World Premiere Announced for THE YEAR AND TWO OF US BACK HERE

Broken Soil Theatre presents The Year and Two of Us Back Here at the 2018 Hamilton Fringe Festival

Five holidays. Two people. One weird year in the back room of the world's worst hat store. From Hamilton's Broken Soil Theatre comes the premiere of a brand new play by Michael Kras, Hamilton playwright and winner of the prestigious Herman Voaden National Playwriting Prize.

Rain and Isaac spend their year together working at the worst hat store in Hamilton and probably the world. Both at their own desperate yearning standstills, they struggle to overcome themselves and find meaningful connection while struggling to sell overpriced headwear. From the award-winning Broken Soil Theatre comes a funny, emotional love letter to loneliness, longing, and losing.

"A remarkable play about the unremarkable." - Emily Hageman, playwright and educator

Broken Soil Theatre is an independent theatre company making new plays by, about, and for the new generation in Hamilton. The company's goal is to foster the development of new Canadian drama that responds to the contemporary world and speaks to emerging theatre-goers. Broken Soil has received critical acclaim and honours including Best of Hamilton Fringe, two Hamilton Fringe Audience Choice Awards, and a Hamilton Spectator Readers' Choice Award for Theatre.

The Year and Two of Us Back Here at the Hamilton Fringe Festival

Featuring Sarah Hime and Stephen Ingram

Written and Directed by Michael Kras

Stage Manager/Designer: James McCoy

The Staircase Theatre - 27 Dundurn St. North, Hamilton, ON.

Thursday, July 19th at 7:15pm

Friday, July 20th at 8:25pm

Saturday, July 21st at 10:00pm

Sunday, July 22nd at 6:10pm

Monday, July 23rd at 9:05pm

Wednesday, July 25th at 6:00pm

Thursday, July 26th at 7:30pm

Friday, July 27th at 8:25pm

Saturday, July 28th at 7:00pm

Sunday, July 29th at 3:15pm

Tickets: $10 at the door (With a $5 Fringe Backer Button required)

Advance Tickets:

Approximately 55 minutes. LATECOMERS WILL NOT BE ADMITTED


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