Love comes in all shapes and sizes — while it can take on many forms, can it actually exist between two people who see each other one weekend a year?
Sudbury Theatre Centre is exploring the concept in their next production Same Time Next Year. The show, written by Bernard Slade, examines the question “in the most hilarious of ways.”
“His romantic comedy allows us to spend time with George and Doris who are both happily married to others but who spend one weekend each year together,” a media release from STC stated. “The laughs are plentiful in Slade’s rapid-fire comedy; the joy of spending time with such endearing characters as Doris and George is a feel-good experience.”
The show is on stage from Feb. 21 to March 10, with 7:30 p.m. curtain on Tuesdays, and 8 p.m. from Wednesdays to Saturdays. Matinees are scheduled for 2 p.m. on Sundays.
Tickets, which cost $36.76 for adults, $31.51 for seniors and $20.76 for students, are now available. For more information visit sudburytheatre.on.ca or phone 705-674-8381 ext. 21.