It’s been over twenty years since Guy ditched his high-school sweetheart Gloria at the prom, and they haven’t spoken since. Now he’s a failed LA lawyer, divorced, and working at his brother’s golf resort in Ontario. A wedding conveniently brings old friends Gloria, Eva, Leslie, Peggy, and Peggy’s mom, Jessie, to the resort for a weekend, so Guy nervously promises he’ll stay away. But Jessiealso the crew’s former teacherdecides to play matchmaker, determined to reconnect the long-split pair.
Between the reunion of old friends, each with their own surprises, Gloria and Guy are pushed together, learning the power of forgiveness, the warmth of opening up to someone, and the possibilities of a re-written future.
|Publisher:||Theatre Communications Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.38(w) x 8.38(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Joan Burrows is a member of the Playwrights Guild of Canada and has won several ACT-CO and Theatre Ontario awards for her work as a stage manager, director, and playwright. She has been a long-time member of the Curtain Club in Richmond Hill and of the Alumnae Theatre, in Toronto, specifically working with their New Play Development Program. Her other plays include Staff Room, The Photograph, Willow Quartet, and Fourteen Hours. She is currently working on a musical adaptation of Willow Quartet with Ron Cameron-Lewis and Jason Saunders at Sheridan College and completing her sixth play, Persons of Interest, a comedy about the American Internal Revenue Service.