The play is called Maîtres Chez Nous, which was a rallying cry of the sovereignty movement in the seventies, eighties and nineties. It's a look back at a bit of our history that had a huge impact on West Quebec communities.
The play is in English, but most of the characters are francophones, living in Montreal. The lone Anglo sees his career thrown in jeopardy because of his inability to master the second language.
Essentially a drama, the play has many lighter moments to carry the audience through to a surprising, yet satisfying conclusion. It was selected by the Theatre Wakefield New Works program as one of the top plays of 2017.
Tickets are $18 available online from our Box Office and $20 at the door.