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BY AARON SORKIN

DIRECTED BY ALEXIS KELLUM-CREER

11:30 AM, JULY 29

Two friends are taking their theatre partnership to the big screen for the first time. They've saved filming the final and most important scene of their movie for last; a complicated outdoor sequence involving hundreds of extras portraying disillusioned marines jogging at sunset. All is going seemingly well, until three cows amble into the shot.

Panic strikes as the director and his colleagues try to successfully navigate their relationships, the artistic health of contemporary film-making, and the ethics of shooting cows.

Aaron Sorkin's first one-act play, this Hollywood satire debuted off-Off-Broadway in 1988 and won the 27-year old fledgling playwright an agent.

 

SUNDAY BRUNCH READINGS

A SERIES OF LIVE, STAGED READINGS, WITH MUSIC

To enjoy the complete experience of our Summer Repertory Season, join us for the Sunday Brunch Reading series, an exploration of the ideas, themes, period of a play or a playwright's work. Each of the readings is tailored to create an immersive environment that reflects the world of the matinée performance it precedes.

Enjoy a light picnic lunch (for sale at our concession), and thoughtful, lively entertainment in the grounds adjacent The Jericho Arts Centre, prior to our Sunday matinees. 

PLEASE NOTE: Admission to Hidden in this Picture is by donation or is included - as are all other brunches - when you purchase a FESTIVAL PASS.  

PLEASE NOTE: In the event of rain, this event will move indoors.

 

OTHER SUNDAY BRUNCH READINGS

 

 

 FOR A FEW GOOD MEN

FOR A FEW GOOD MEN

RUNNING TIME

90 minutes

PRODUCTION ADVISORY

ETC does not offer advisories about subject matter, as sensitivities vary from person to person. If you have any questions about content, age-appropriateness or stage effects (such as strobe lights or theatrical fog) that might have a bearing on patron comfort, please contact us at info@ensembletheatrecompany.ca

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

SPECIAL PERFORMANCES

Followed by: A Few Good Men @ 2 PM