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A tree lot. Christmas Eve. One man. One woman. One tree. Who should get the tree? It’s a story filled with laughs, heartache, and good old-fashioned Holiday spirit.
Full of compassion and Foster's trademark Humour with Heart, The Writer explores the parent child connection with touching clarity as the paternal care-giver becomes the cared for. World Premiere!
Set in 1956, this delightful comedy sparkles with unexpected twists and turns. Hilda’s Yard reunites Norm Foster & Artistic Director Patricia Vanstone as Sam & Hilda Fluck. Holy toot! You’re going to love it!
Reuniting Norm Foster and composer Steve Thomas - co-creators of audience favourites Jasper Station, Race Day and Sitting Pretty, Beside Myself is a sweet musical examination of love lost and found.
Wrong For Each Other takes us on an emotional ride that examines the evolution of a marriage with humour and vulnerability.
Come Down From Up River explores family and forgiveness with a healthy dose of laughter sprinkled with tears.
After taking in this comedy by Canada's most popular playwright, you’ll never look at a paint chip again without laughing…or cringing!
Full of snappy period dialogue reminiscent of the best cinematic screwball comedies, this world premiere sparkles with humour.
Bud’s recently divorced. Molly’s newly-widowed. Norm Foster's Old Love is a story of courtship, rekindled romance and hope.
A little love and a little mystery. Be prepared to laugh and gasp at all the twists and turns in Norm Foster's newest comedy, Lunenburg.
This delightful play tells the story of a very successful, but cantankerous, novelist who suddenly discovers that he knows nothing about his maid of 28 years.
Sex, love, life and loss are all discussed with big laughs and a few tears in what many describe as the funniest play Norm Foster has ever written.
Sugar and spice and everything nice…with a dash of Maritime salt! Halfway There is a feel good theatrical experience that will keep you smiling.