The Mill - The Huron Bride

Theatrefront

October 9 – 24, 2009
Tickets: $5 – $35

The Mill is a completely unique theatrical endeavour comprised of a series of four full-length plays written by four of Canada’s most celebrated playwrights (Matthew MacFadzean, Hannah Moscovitch, Tara Beagan and Damien Atkins). The series reveals the shocking story of a mill’s past, exposing the secrets of the land’s inhabitants.

Read The Toronto Star's profile on The Mill here >

Part Two: It’s 1834, British North America (20 years earlier than the Part One). Hazel Sheehan has braved the perilous journey across the Atlantic to work as a hired hand at her cousin’s backwoods sawmill. When Hazel’s cousin James asks her to marry him, Hazel is overjoyed, but will the ghost of James’ ex-wife spoil their wedding plans...? 

For information on The Mill Part One: Now We Are Brody click here >

Special 2-Show Pass:  Buy tickets to Now We Are Brody and The Huron Bride together and save!  Passes are $60 adults and $35 students/CAEA.  Please call the box office for details.

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Written By: Hannah Moscovitch

Directed By: Christian Barry

Featuring: Maev Beaty, Richard Greenblatt, Eric Goulem, Ryan Hollyman, Michelle Latimer, Holly Lewis and Michelle Monteith

Set Design - Gillian Gallow
Costume Design - Dana Osborne
Lighting Design - Andrea Lundy
Sound Design and Composition - Richard Feren
Projection Design - Ben Chaisson

Stage Manager - Krista Blackwood
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About Theatrefront

Theatrefront is dedicated to stretching the boundaries of the human experience through theatre. Founded by Artistic Director Daryl Cloran, the company provides an environment for dramatic risks and for developing the trust and confidence for theatre professionals to push themselves to new emotional and physical limits. This objective has resulted in challenging contemporary works, sold-out performances and the development of several new Canadian plays.

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