Hurry Hard

by Kristen Da Silva
22 Jul - 15 Aug, 2020

DESCRIPTION

How is it going to end?
On the eve of demolition, the beleaguered Stayner Curling Club needs to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat and destroy arch nemesis, Meaford. Like “Rocky”, like “Miracle on Ice”, like “Seabiscuit” … a play about curling, about underdogs, and about rising to the occasion.
Will romance, past hope, and family ties win it all, or will history repeat itself in this truly Canadian comedy?

WINNER OF THE STAGE WEST COMEDY AWARD
Kristen Da Silva, Playwright:
Kristen Da Silva is a playwright and actor living near Toronto, Ontario. Her writing credits include Book Club (August Theatre Co, Port Stanley Festival Theatre); Gibson & Sons; Five Alarm (Port Stanley Festival Theatre, Lighthouse Festival Theatre); Sugar Road (Theatre Orangeville, Rubarb Productions, Globus Theatre); Hurry Hard (Lighthouse Festival Theatre, Showboat Festival Theatre) and Where You Are (Theatre Orangeville, Upper Canada Playhouse, Orillia Opera House). She is a two-time winner of the Stage West Pechet Family Comedy Award (for Gibson & Sons in 2016 and Hurry Hard in 2019). She is currently the playwright-in-residence at Theatre Orangeville

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LOCATION

Port Stanley Festival Theatre
302 Bridge St., Port Stanley, ON N5L 1C3
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Showtimes

  • Wednesday July 22
    2pm 8pm
  • Thursday July 23
    2pm 8pm
  • Friday July 24
    8pm
  • Saturday July 25
    2pm 8pm
  • Tuesday July 28
    2pm
  • Wednesday July 29
    2pm 8pm
  • Thursday July 30
    2pm 8pm
  • Friday July 31
    8pm
  • Saturday August 1
    2pm 8pm
  • Tuesday August 4
    2pm
  • Wednesday August 5
    2pm 8pm
  • Thursday August 6
    2pm 8pm
  • Friday August 7
    8pm
  • Saturday August 8
    2pm 8pm
  • Tuesday August 11
    2pm
  • Wednesday August 12
    2pm 8pm
  • Thursday August 13
    2pm 8pm
  • Friday August 14
    8pm
  • Saturday August 15
    2pm 8pm

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