The New Canadian Curling Membership delivers laughs whereas celebrating variety

DRAYTON – Drayton Leisure is providing  “a hilarious and poignant comedy that celebrates the various tapestry of Canada” on stage subsequent month.

A Chinese language pupil, a Jamaican fast serve supervisor, an Indian customer support consultant, and a 17 year-old Syrian refugee stroll right into a curling membership… 

What begins as an amusing setup quickly evolves right into a shifting comedy about immigration, group, and nationwide identification, theatre officers state in a June 19 press launch.

 The New Canadian Curling Membership will play for 3 weeks, from July 13 to 29 on the Drayton Competition Theatre.

Impressed by an area refugee resettlement program, a small city organizes a Be taught-to-Curl class to welcome newcomers. However when its organizer slips on the ice and breaks her hip, the rink’s ice maker and former champion roller Stuart MacPhail is pressured to step in as head coach. Hassle is, Stuart has some sturdy opinions about immigrants. 

“What follows is an inspiring and hilarious story of a bunch of unlikely athletes who face off in opposition to native prejudice and declare their identification as ‘new Canadians,’” theatre officers state.

“That is an extremely related play proper now, and we’re proud to be presenting it as a part of our season,” says Drayton Leisure inventive director and CEO Alex Mustakas.

“The New Canadian Curling Membership will make you chortle out loud, whereas additionally taking you on an emotional journey by means of among the struggles that newcomers face, and questioning what it means to be a “new Canadian.”

Teaching the group is director Jane Spence. Spence has directed productions at Theatre Orangeville, Crimson Sandcastle Theatre, Compass Theatre and is the Lighthouse Competition’s first inventive affiliate, and will probably be directing two productions of their 2023 summer time season. 

All the forged are making their Drayton Leisure debuts with this manufacturing.

Common efficiency tickets are $55 for adults, $34 for youth underneath 20 years of age. 

Tickets could also be bought by calling the Field Workplace at 519-638-5555 or toll free at 1-855-drayton (372-9866), or on-line at