Caledon Townhall Players Events

The Amorous Ambassador

 

a farce by Michael Parker

 

By kind permission of Samuel French

 

Evenings:             Nov. 1, 2, 3, 9, 10  / 2018

 

Two Dinner Theatres:     Nov. 4 and 10

 

Matinee:                    Nov. 10

 

Former Senator Harry Douglas is back to his old shenanigans, but this time as the American Ambassador to Great Britain. He tells his wife Lois, that he has arranged a golf outing in Scotland for the weekend. Lois in turn tells Harry that she will be going to a spa for the weekend, and that their daughter Debbie, will also be away, visiting a girlfriend.

 

They both then tell Perkins, the newly-hired butler in their country home, of their plans, and he watches stoically as they leave.

 

 

 

 

The Glitter Girls

 
a comedy by Mark Dunn
 
By kind permission of the author
 
Evenings:            Feb 14, 15, 16, 22, 23  / 2019
Dinner Theatre:    Feb. 16
Matinee:            Feb. 23
 
The play revolves around an ad hoc meeting of a north Georgia women’s social club called “The Glitter Girls,” convened by its richest member – one Trudy Tromaine – who is supposedly at death’s door and wishing to bequeath some of her millions to one lucky “Sister of the Gleam and Sparkle.”  The hitch is that it’s the members themselves who must decide to whom to award the small fortune (with hopes that the Glitter Girl they select will see it in her heart to share the money with the rest of her “sisters.”).  The play can be economically described as STEEL MAGNOLIAS meets SURVIVOR, with a big dose of quirky Mark Dunn humor thrown in for good measure.

 

Former Senator Harry Douglas is back to his old shenanigans, but this time as the American Ambassador to Great Britain. He tells his wife Lois, that he has arranged a golf outing in Scotland for the weekend. Lois in turn tells Harry that she will be going to a spa for the weekend, and that their daughter Debbie, will also be away, visiting a girlfriend.

 

They both then tell Perkins, the newly-hired butler in their country home, of their plans, and he watches stoically as they leave.

 

 

 

 

The Tuesday Morning War

 

a comedy by T. Gregory Argall

 

By kind permission of the author

 

Evenings:            May 2, 3, 4, 10, 11  / 2019

 

Dinner Theatre:    May 4

 

Matinee:            May 11

 

International tensions rise, leading to an increase in laughter, when a border guard mistakenly believes that Canada and the United States are at war. He’s determined to protect the single-lane border crossing at the isolated peninsula of Hobson’s Point, no matter what his friends north of the 49th parallel think.