Theatre Night in Merrickville is excited to return to the stage with an award-winning play by Michel Tremblay, one of Canada’s preeminent playwrights!

“Albertine in Five Times” explores one woman’s story, at five different stages in her life. The younger Albertines are passionate and full of explanations, learning from their elders about hardships yet to come. “We all depend on you,” Albertine at 70 says to Albertine at 30. Together, the five Albertines provide a moving portrait of an extraordinary “ordinary” woman. (Canadian Playwrights)

“A remarkable play…The conception is brilliant.” – New Statesman

“The story of a life, told by Tremblay with immense compassion.” – Toronto Sun

Directed by Bronwen McKnight, with a cast that includes some of Theatre Night in Merrickville’s most seasoned actors, this is a performance you do not want to miss. Albertine at 30 is played by Peyton Horning; Albertine at 40, by Andrea Lewandowski; at 50, by Ann MacLaughlan; at 60, by Heddy Sorour, and at 70, by Andrea Howard. Albertine’s sister, Madelaine, is played by Rachelle Eastman.

The play runs December 2 to 5: Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm, and Sunday at 2 pm. Tickets are $15 and are available on-line only, at our Shop at Doors will open at 6:30, an hour before curtain. The play runs for approximately an hour, without intermission, and there will be no canteen.

Covid protocols will apply; please see the website for details. To simplify contact-tracing and seating, we request that group tickets be purchased by one person.

We will perform in our usual venue, the Merrickville Community Centre, at 106 Read Street, corner of Main Street West. We look forward to seeing you there!!


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