Plays & Pie presents CAFÉ DAUGHTER
by Kenneth T. Williams
A staged reading

A young Chinese-Cree woman in 1960s Saskatchewan learns to embrace both sides of her identity. Café Daughter is a stirring one-person, multi-character play based on the life of Senator Dr. Lillian E. Quan Dyck.

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By George F. Walker

From one of Canada’s most celebrated playwrights comes this dark comedy about a Canadian soldier just back from Afghanistan. Trained as a sniper, Dean finds there isn’t a lot of call for his trade back home. Meantime, he’s living with his aging parents and has just agreed to re-marry his pregnant ex-wife. Things start to look up, though, when he’s hired by Helen, a rabid politician who may have a use for his skills after all. “Dead Metaphor is dead serious, but still seriously funny.” (San Francisco Examiner)

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Ticket prices:

For Plays & Pie staged readings: All tickets $10. Western Edge Theatre subscribers and flex-pass holders get in free.

Mainstage performances;

Thursday performance:
Adult: $22
Senior (65 and over): $18
Young Adult: (29 and under): $12
Student: $12

Friday, Saturday, Sunday performances:
Adults: $24
Seniors (65 and over): $20
Young Adults (29 and under): $15
Students: $15

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