Due to inclement weather, tonight’s (Jul 31) performance of “The Graduate” is postponed to Monday, Aug 2. All ticket holders will be contacted. Thanks for your understanding.
Catherine Holland plays the iconic Mrs. Robinson in the upcoming production of The Graduate. We caught up with her for a quick chat. “Playing such an iconic role as Mrs. Robinson has been a thrill for me,” Catherine says. The role comes with some infamy and expectations, but director Jack Boyagian encouraged Catherine to put her own spin on it. … Read More
From producer Lawrence Turman’s $1,000 option of a minor novel in 1964 to the movie’s out-of-left-field triumph three years later, The Graduate was a breakout film that literally changed the face of Hollywood. The movie was highly successful – it sits at #23 on the list of highest-grossing films in the US and Canada when its $85M box office take … Read More
My first introduction to the Players was when I auditioned for the musical Hair! in 2008. Until then, I had never even heard of Community Theatre. I had been living in Cobourg for 4 years by then and was still just getting to know my community. I’ve always had a passion for theatre – and musical theatre in particular – but until … Read More
Some of the most famous homes in literature are just as symbolic of the works in which they appear as the characters themselves. Pemberley, the fictional estate owned by Mr. Darcy in “Pride and Prejudice”, is one such home. Located near the fictional town of Lambton, Pemberley is first described in “Pride and Prejudice” this way: They gradually ascended for … Read More