Til the Boys Come Home<

by Charles Robertson

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Nov. 9 - Nov. 15 2009
Monday through Saturday Nov. 14
8:00 PM
Sunday Nov. 15 @ 2:00 PM

'Til The Boys Come Home' is a look at the dark clouds hanging over small town Canada when war is declared in 1939. The play is told in six scenes by the ensemble cast, as it follows the lives of teenaged boys and girls who are affected by the ultimate dramatic conflict. There is music, dance, and warfare to go with the acting. It is easy to think with teenage actors that they are age inappropriate, too young to play the parts of soldiers and young working women, as Hollywood tends to use older established stars to play the parts of soldiers.


But many young Canadians gave their lives before they had even started living, before they had a chance to get married, have kids and careers. I suppose that with death as the ultimate event in everyone's lives, glory on the battlefield allows one to choose their last act. Today most of the veterans who survived the war have gone on to join their comrades, to renew acquaintances in the Elysian Fields. **battle scenes and loud noises may be disturbing to some patrons*




If you are interested in purchasing a script of 'Til the Boys Come Home' please email us. The script is ideal for highschools and community theatre with it's cast of 7 m and 5 f.


Til the Boys Come Home Poster

The 2009 cast of 'til the Boys Come Home rehearses at the Wellington Street Theatre (video by Cogeco Kingston).


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