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Wednesday November 9th, 2011

Posted at 2:15pm

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After a successful first weekend running, “The Ace of Suede” will be performed again this weekend by Rob Tymec.

This one-man play written by Joey Ouellette tells the story of a young boy from Moosehip, Ontario whose life is turned upside down when the girl he is about to propose to is spirited away from him by a World War I Flying Ace, known by his fellow pilots as “The Ace of Suede”.  In an attempt to get her back, he travels halfway across the country and ends up becoming a fighter pilot, himself.   An adventure that is both touching and humourous that offers a bit of a history lesson and pays respect to the soldiers who have fallen to protect our freedom.

Adult admission is $8.00 and children $4.00 . The gallery is located at 264 Dalhousie Street in downtown Amherstburg.

Photos by: Phyllis Chant

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