Salt-Water Moon

By David French

Performances: July 11, 12, 20, 21, 22 – 8pm
Matinees July 8, 15 – 2pm

Presented by Theatre 3×60

The First World War is over and every day, the villages of Newfoundland are abandoned for a new life in the big city. Under the light of the moon, two former lovers meet to confront their past choices and contemplate a possible future. Salt-Water Moon is the story of a young man, Jacob Mercer, returning to Colley’s Point to win the heart of Mary Snow. Truly romantic, it is a glimpse of Eden caught in the moonlight over Newfoundland and Labrador. Salt-Water Moon is one of the Mercer Plays (along with Leaving Home, Of The Fields, Lately, 1949, and Soldier’s Heart) and is a Dora Mavor Moore Award winner. It is the gentlest play in the cycle, and answers many of the questions audiences for Leaving Home and Of the Fields, Lately may have had about the relationship of Mary and Jacob. It is considered by many to be the best of the Mercer Plays and, perhaps, of the entire David French canon. 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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Lexi MacRae Headshot smallLexi MacRae
Lexi MacRae, born and raised in Prince Edward Island, is a theatre artist who recently completed her first year at George Brown Theatre School. She is delighted to be spending her first season with Theatre 3×60. Before GBTS she was a member of Solo Chicken Productions’ physical theatre troupe ‘the coop,’ who created an original collaborative work entitled A Record of Us. The show ran at the Fredericton Playhouse as the mainstage production in the NotaBle Acts Theatre Festival in 2016. Favourite credits include: Heathers: The Musical (St. Thomas Musical Theatre), The Bacchae (TST), [ICE LAND] (SiPP), Spring Awakening (St. Thomas Musical Theatre), and Almost, Maine (TST).

Michael headshot smallMichael Williamson
This is Michael’s second season on stage with Theatre 3×60. He was seen last summer in Godspell and has also worked with Theatre 3×60 as Stage Manager and Production Assistant for Shape of a Girl in 2015. Michael is a graduate of the Theatre Performance Intensive program at Stratford and will be entering his second year in George Brown College’s Theatre School this fall. Favorite roles include Aldo from Italian American Reconciliation, Kent from King Lear, and Iago from Othello. He’s looking forward to another season of Port Perry Summer Theatre and working with his classmates.