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The Last Dog of War

A play written and performed by Linda Griffiths

Directed by Daniel MacIvor for
Theatre Projects Manitoba,
a presentation of Duchess Productions

5-14 November 2009
The Costume Museum of Canada
109 Pacific Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba

 

 

Linda Griffiths returns with The Last Dog of War following the feast of theatre that was Age of Arousal last season. This solo show is a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with one of Canada’s most original artists as she takes to the stage to unveil a chronicle of family and war.

The Last Dog of War is the true story of a trip Griffiths makes with her father to the UK, to the last reunion of his RAF comrades, the 49th Squadron, Bomber Command. It’s the story of a long ago war and a present war - between the Allies and Nazis, between a father and daughter. Through a maze of obstacles they stumble their way into the charged world of family and war.

 

 

Performances: Rush Cabaret Seating!
Or don’t rush at all...Our venue and community partner for The Last Dog of War is the Costume Museum of Canada. Doors will open 30 minutes before performances for audiences to check out their glorious exhibit and the WWII display curated for the show!

Evenings: 8:00 pm, 5-7 & 10-14 November (no show on Monday, 9 November)
Matinees: 2:00 pm, 8 November

Box office: 204-989-2400

Tickets: students $15, seniors $17, adults $20
Season passes: students $20, seniors $45, adults $51

Group rates are available.

www.theatreprojectsmanitoba.ca

Theatre Projects Manitoba
204-245 McDermot Avenue
Winnipeg, MB
R3B 0S6
204-989-2400

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