IMPERIAL THEATRE SARNIA ONTARIO

THEATRE SARNIA ONE ACTS : TWITCH, SWAGGER, HIDDEN IN THIS PICTURE

THEATRE SARNIA ONE ACTS : TWITCH, SWAGGER, HIDDEN IN THIS PICTURE

All Ages

    

TWITCH : A comedy directed by Brittyany Jenkins, starring Norm Francoeur, Ruth Francoeur, Tali McGovern, Jay Peckham

 Nancy and Don, a young married couple, are arguing. Nancy thinks the new neighbors are creepy. She thinks they're watching them. Don thinks she's imagining things. But why did the new neighbors cut down the tree between their houses? Why does Nancy keep running into them all over town? And what happened to the previous neighbors, the Filkersons, who vanished overnight with no warning? As the doorbell rings, Don asks why, if she dislikes them so much, did Nancy invite them over? "I didn't," says Nancy, "you did." "No," says Don, "you did." But it's too late; he's opened the door. There stand Emma and Aiden, the new neighbors, who are every bit as strange as Nancy said they would be. Now Don and Nancy are torn between wanting to find out who they are and wanting to get rid of them. But that won't be easy, because Emma and Aiden have an agenda of their own, and it's stranger than anyone could have imagined.

 

SWAGGER : A drama directed by Rachelle Lacroix, starring Carly Allen, Kathleen Smith, Troy Zimmer

A momentary act of violence caught on camera destroys the lives of three people. Now they need to tell us their version of how it really went down. Jordan is a quiet, nerdy, almost eighth-grade graduate. Leela, bubbling and following her passion, has just opened her own clothing boutique near Jordan’s school. And Daniel is an awkwardly sweet police officer on foot patrol in the neighborhood. The three of them lead us through their lives, dreams and the snap decisions that led them to that fateful moment.

 

HIDDEN IN THIS PICTURE : A comedy directed by Kathryn Forristal starring Mia Abate, Darryl Heater, Craig Lumley, Leslie Skolly

Originally written in the late 80’s by screenwriter extraodinaire, Aaron Sorkin. It’s a single scene focusing on a first time director dealing with an egotistical writer a penny pinching producer, a dim witted assistant and an invasion of cows that arrived to ruin his oscar winning shot.

Tickets On Sale Wednesday June 29th : 9:00am On-Line and 11:00 at the Box Office

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Location

168 Christina Street North,
PO Box 43, Sarnia, Ontario
N7T 7H8, Canada




Parking / Transit

There are approximately 100 spaces on Christina Street and the adjacent streets, all within 5 minute walk of the Imperial Theatre. There is a 2 hr free on street parking limit Monday to Friday until 6 pm. Parking on street is free all day on Saturday and Sunday and after 6 pm every evening. Parking rates vary during the day Monday to Friday until 6 pm. After 6 pm parking is free, as well as all day on Saturday and Sunday.

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