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Friday September 6th, 2013

Posted at 11:00am

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It’s the night before Mary’s wedding and she dreams about the boy she fell in love with. They met in a barn during a rainstorm in rural Alberta; Charlie was afraid of the lightning and Mary was afraid of horses.

They were young and hopeful.

But Charlie dreamed of fighting in the Great War. He enlisted, and he got his chance. Tonight, on the night before her wedding, Mary must confront the pain and regret that flowed from Charlie’s decision to go off to war, and the heartbreaking joy of falling in love.

This Canadian story will be performed live in real barn on a working farm in Woodslee. With live sound by television and film foley artist Sandra Fox, and music by Andy Trithardt. Just a 30 minute drive from the heart of Windsor, this is a rare opportunity to see professional theatre in an unconventional setting in Essex County.

The play runs all next week from September 9th to 15th at 7:30pm at the The Armstrong Farm, located at 2639 South Middle Road.

Tickets are $25.

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