“Kincardine Calls”, the iconic musical that celebrates the history of Kincardine and its many characters, is back for another series of performances.
Presented as part of the 1990, 1998 and 2008 Reunions, this time it will be directed by Stacey Storrey- Millar with musical direction by Ian Burbidge and will be staged at the historic Slade Farm, on Hwy 21 N.
Written by June Daniel and Ian Burbidge, it follows the love story of Ida and Fergie, set amongst the backdrop of events that shaped the town we now know as Kincardine.
Presented by the Kincardine Theatre Guild, this production will feature current and former KTG members, and is a not-to-be-missed part of the 2018 Kincardine Reunion weekend.
View the Kincardine Calls website.
Aug. 2,3 @ 7:30 p.m.
A delightful musical written by two Canadian writers/composers.
Deep in The Deep Dark Forest, hidden beyond The Stream of Sorrows and Sinking Spirits lies The Giant’s Garden – a place forbidden to outsiders. But when Giant goes away, the children sneak in to play, and for seven years their idyllic world has been undisturbed ... until today. Today Giant is coming home.
Ty, down on his luck, attempts a home invasion with the help of his ex-stripper girlfriend, Candy, in hopes of some quick cash. However, they may have picked the wrong home. The home owners, Hank and Nancy, seem to know more about guns and violence than they do. Who's really in control of this crazy evening? Are Ty and Candy really bad people? Only time will tell.
Skeptical novelist Charles Condomine invites self-proclaimed medium Madame Arcati to his home for a seance, hoping to gather material for a new book. When the hapless psychic accidentally summons the spirit of Condomine's late wife, Elvira, his home and life are quickly turned into a shambles as his wife's ghost torments both himself and his new bride, Ruth, turning everything into a ghostly romp!
The play celebrates Kincardine and its many changes, while using almost all historical characters. It starts near the time of the settlement of the town, which was originally called Penetangore. It then goes through history and events that took place in the town and how the name changed to Kincardine thru song and dance. Throughout the play is also a love story between Ida Jean and Fergie