Mary’s Wedding

By Stephen Massicotte

Performances: July 18, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 – 8pm
Matinee: July 22 – 2pm

Presented by Theatre 3×60

Mary’s Wedding by Stephen Massicotte is a moving, lyrical play that illuminates the relationship between a young farmer and a recent English immigrant to Canada in the early part of the 20th century. It begins on the evening before Mary’s wedding in 1920, and tracks back to show her first meeting with Charlie, their growing attraction, and his departure for the war. Mary’s Wedding shows how memory informs the present, and how it becomes a means of survival.

Mary’s Wedding won the Alberta Playwriting Competition in 2000, and has since been produced many times in theatres across Canada, including the National Arts Centre, and in the United States, England, and Scotland. Direction by Carey Nicholson.

Tickets: Adults – $30, Seniors and Students – $27, Groups of 10 – $25 each, EyeGo – $5
Buy a ticket for Mary’s Wedding July 22 2pm performance, and Salt-Water Moon July 22 8pm performance, for $25 each.

Seniors – 60+
Students – Any High School, University or College student with a valid ID.
EyeGo – Any high school student with a valid student ID (Only 12 EyeGo seats available per performance).
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Manon headshot smallManon Ens-Lapointe
Manon is thrilled to be joining theatre 3×60 for the first time this season! She is a recent graduate of Rosedale Heights School for the Arts (selected credits: Cabaret, Rent, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying). She is currently training at the George Brown Theatre School (selected credits: Richard III, Crimes of the Heart, Shape of Things). She is thrilled to be working along side her fellow classmates this summer!



Duncan headshotDuncan Gibson-Lockhart
Duncan is currently attending George Brown College for Theatre Arts Performance. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Guelph. Duncan’s major credits from the University of Guelph include Turandot: Princess of Cathay, Macbeth, Sirens: Elektra in Bosnia, and The Memo. His work from George Brown includes Transit of Venus, Keely and Du, and Richard III. Duncan would like to thank his family and friends for their continuous support. He is incredibly excited to continue working with his classmates from George Brown this summer.