The first day of Hamilton’s Plastimet Recycling Plant fire in July 1997, a young woman makes a choice that will haunt her for the rest of her life…
NEW TALENT is a powerful drama taking its audience on an authentic journey into the sordid underbelly of a Hamilton, Ontario that few of us will ever see or know about. The world premiere of Brian Morton’s newest play is a vivid exploration of the all too real netherworld of prostitution, and addiction that sadly really does exist in our city. In the end, the play is also a voyage of self-discovery that ultimately offers a message of hope, forgiveness and redemption… More »
Black Box Fire presents Misha, by Adam Pettle at the Hamilton Fringe
On August 16, 2008 the new community theatre company on the block, Black Box Fire will open its first ever entry at the Hamilton Fringe Festival, Misha. This hilarious and heartwarming play by Canadian playwright Adam Pettle will run in Venue 3 at the Downtown Arts Centre from August 16th to 24th. More »
We cordially invite you to attend a new play by a local playwright entitled Goodbye Mary Pie.
“Warm and comfortable and always good with ice cream,” says David Roberts when he remembers his old flame Mary Pie. Will the letter he receives years later, after marrying Mary?s good friend, be so sweet? For the retired actor and playwright, being good with the ladies is finally catching up with him. More »
The great Italian clarinet virtuoso plays two of the most beloved concerti written for his instrument – Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto in A, K. 622 and the jazzy Copland Clarinet Concerto. Barber’s haunting Adagio for Strings completes the program. Traditional tea served at intermission.
St. John’s Anglican Church, 272 Wilson St. E., Ancaster
Sunday, August 17, 3 p.m.
$40 | $35 seniors | $20 students