Vimy and the Great War: 100 Years Later
Readings and Reflections on World War 1
Sunday, November 12, 2:30 pm
Scugog Memorial Public Library
231 Water St. Port Perry
Theatre 3×60 is presenting an encore performance of their tribute to the many Canadians who served in World War 1. On Sunday, November 12, in the Rotary Room of the Scugog Memorial Public Library, artists and guests of Theatre 3×60 present a special afternoon of readings, songs and reflections taking place 100 years after the first soldiers went over the top in the Battle of Vimy Ridge.
Theatre 3×60 summer company members Duncan Gibson-Lockhart, and Michael Williamsonjoin original cast members Annette Stokes-Harris, Michael Serres, Tyler Cox, and Andy Williamson onstage for readings that encompass life at the front and at home, from the early days of enthusiastic recruits to the heartbreaking aftermath of battles conducted on a scale never seen before. Also appearing with the company is Port Perry native, Kelly Hoare to read from the works of his great grandfather, Pte. Frank Walker. Pte. Walker was a poet and stretcher-bearer throughout the Great War, including the Battle of Vimy Ridge.
This special encore presentation of Vimy and the Great War takes place, one performance only, at the Scugog Memorial Public Library on Sunday, November 12, 2017 at 2:30 pm. Doors open at 1:45. Admission is PWYC at the door, with a suggested donation of $10/person and limited reserved general seating available in advance for $15.
Purchase your advance tickets available here.