Canada151: Better Late Than Sorry

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Canada 151: Better Late Than Sorry | The Mountie’s First Farewell Tour

Conceived by Lukas Mustakas
Written by Alex Mustakas & Neil Aitchison
Music Compilation and Arrangements by David Rogers & Mark Payne

Drayton Festival Theatre | June 20 to July 8:
Huron Country Playhouse | July 12 to Aug 4:

Following Canada’s sesquicentennial celebration, our love for the true north strong and free is on full display in 2018 with a brand new show that celebrates what it means to be quintessentially Canadian.

After reaching his milestone 70th birthday, RCMP Constable Archibald F. Inkster and his faithful horse are both finally being put out to pasture! Join us as our favourite Mountie throws himself a retirement hoedown complete with music, dancing, humour, and of course, some biting political satire.

Never one to pull punches, gifted comedian Neil Aitchison once again takes aim at national and international events – with outrageous opinions current affairs. Over the years, Inkster has made memorable appearances in Bending the Bows, Canadian Loonie, Canadian Toonie, Sorry…I’m Canadian, and Canadian Legends. See him one more time in this celebratory send-off that will melt your igloo.

Drayton Festival Theatre | June 20 to July 8:
Huron Country Playhouse | July 12 to Aug 4:

The Creative Team
David Rogers, Director
Jesse Grandmont, Music Director
David Rogers, Set and Costume Concept
Jessica Pembleton, Costume Designer
Davida Tkach, Lighting Designer
Sara Turner, Stage Manager
Lynette Blanchard, Assistant Stage Manager

The Company
(in alphabetical order)
Neil Aitchison
Devan Ballagh
Paige Ballagh
Gerrad Everard
Howard Gaul
Jesse Grandmont
Dee Klinger
Bob Hewus
Steve Lavoie
Laura Mae Nason
Mélanie Paiement
Frank Parks
Kale Penny
Jennifer Walls*
* Assistant to the Director

Drayton Festival Theatre | June 20 to July 8:
Huron Country Playhouse | July 12 to Aug 4:

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