CONTRIBUTION · 25th April 2013
Terrace Little Theatre
After a successful preview evening the cast and crew of Terrace Little Theatre's "PERFECT PIE" are eager to step onto the board in Judith Thompson's powerful play set in the 1960s and present day in small-town Canada.
Thompson, a renowned playwright and professor at University of Guelph, has been advising the cast and director and her words upon receiving photos from the preview were, "I have chills up and down my body--your casting, your design, I can sense how amazing your production is. Just incredible."
The production has brought some new backstage faces to the TLT. Trina Botelho is the lighting operator and Teana Imbeau assistant stage manager. The play requires constant support from its running crew to deal with continuous changes in costumes, props, lights, music and sound.
TLT would like to remind patrons that the show does contain flashing lights and loud noise and the material is not suitable for young children. All cameras, cell phones, devices and pagers must be turned off during the show.
Tickets are available at Uniglobe Courtesy Travel and at the door. Show time is 8 pm sharp and there will be no late seating.
"PERFECT PIE" is brought to you in part by the generous support of Terrace & District Arts Council, Astral Media and Ideal Office Solutions.
Rebecca Counts is Francesca, and actress and Laura Ross is Patsy, a farm wife in this stirring drama about friendship and memory.