Atlantic Repertory Production of Mary’s Wedding onstage now in Saint John

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ARC’s hometown run will be followed by dates in Sussex, St. Andrews and Fredericton before heading overseas for dates in Germany and France. 

Credits: Caroline Bell & Kenzie Delo perform in Mary’s Wedding by Stephen Massicotte. Directed by: Stephen Tobias. Costumes by: Brenda McLeese. Projection Design by: Jordan Lloyd Watkins Sound Design by: Thomas Ryder Payne. Lighting Design by: Peter D Smith. Photo by: Brian Goodwin

Building on momentum established in its inaugural season, the Atlantic Repertory Company (ARC) is entering its second year with an award winning play and European tour.

Mary’s Wedding, written by renowned Canadian playwright Stephen Massicotte, is a stirring memorial to both the Great War and great love. Mary’s Wedding is a love story set against the backdrop of World War I. On the eve of her wedding Mary dreams of Charlie, her first love. Set in Western Canada, Mary’s Wedding is the story of a recent English immigrant to Canada and a young farmer’s romance that unfolds through a series of dreamlike memories, punctuated by the innocence of new love, the courage of youth and the cruelty of fate.

Following its opening this week in Saint John, the ARC production will tour throughout the province visiting Sussex, St Andrews and Fredericton before travelling overseas to three German cities and a final performance at the Canadian embassy in Paris.

Mary’s Wedding will open in Saint John and will run from October 9-11 at the BMO Studio Theatre, 112 Princess Street at 7:30pm.

Other New Brunswick locations include:

Sussex – Sussex Regional High School – October 15 
Saint Andrews – W.C. O’Neill Arena – October 16 
Fredericton – The Playhouse – October 17 

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