Pat The Dog Theatre Creation | Blind Nickel Pig
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Blind Nickel Pig

World premiere production of
Blind Nickel Pig
by Lara Bradley
 
Dates:
May 9 at 8:00PM
May 11 at 8:00PM
May 13 at 8:00PM
Location:
Ukranian National Federation
130 Frood Rd, Sudbury
 
Tickets: $20 – Get tickets here

 
“…delightful, warm and incredibly entertaining.” – Lisa O’Connell
 
A rollicking tale of times past, Lara Bradley’s Blind Nickel Pig brings to life a heart-warming and hilarious cast of characters living in Sudbury at the turn of the last century; The sisters Flyberry: Annie and Frannie, Fast Willie Dorland, barfly Pickles and songstress Miss Mabel-Lynn – to name just a few. An original, local, and (maybe) true story by one of Sudbury’s most talented writers.
 
Produced by Pat the Dog Theatre Creation
 
Written by Lara Bradley, Directed by Matthew Heiti, Production Design: Jenny Hazelton, Sound Design: Dan Bédard, Dramaturgy: Lisa O’Connell, Stage Manager: Elizabeth Kenny
 
Cast:
Daniel Aubin, Miriam Cusson, France Huot, Alex Peroff, Cassandra Rene, Greg Tremblay, Ron Tough

 

 
 

Lara Bradley – Playwright
 
Lara Bradley writes plays, thanks to the support of Pat the Dog and the wicked dramaturgy of Lisa O’Connell and Matthew Heiti. She has also collaborated with the talented Cait Hepner, Cora Eckert, and Rick Duthie (with Matt pulling it all together) on the recently produced #TheWatertower at the Sudbury Theatre Centre. A former Sudbury Star reporter, Lara’s day job is now in communications. She lives with her family – Peter, Sebastian and Quinn– in a little log cabin in Sudbury and is grateful for their encouragement and support. Blind Nickel Pig is about storytelling and inspired by sisters: her own sister Kari, her grandmother and great auntie, Loretta and Aileen, and two teenage sisters who broke out of the Sudbury Jail in the early 1900s (who may have been called Annie and Frannie).
 
 

Staged Readings

Our popular series of performative Staged Readings is back! We’re bringing three new works-in-development to this year’s PlaySmelter Festival.
 
Tickets are $10 and available for presale here