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Firstly, Foster stars in the comedy On a First Name Basis “with witty repartee that proves that comedy can still be smart and sparkling.” —ArtsForum.ca


Next up is Here on the Flight Path, a hilarious look at a screwed-up nerd’s relationships with three attractive women. “No one is better at fashioning the heart and soul of the lovable galoot than our Norm. He somehow makes sad sacks desperately believable. Before the evening is through, you long to clap your arm around John Cummings’ ample shoulder and say, “Hey guy, let’s go for a beer. Life isn’t as bad as you think.” - The Hamilton Spectator


The third show is the world premiere of Halfway to the North Pole starring a bevy of Canada’s top performers including Lisa Horner (the “Start the Car!” lady) and Sheila McCarthy (Little Mosque on the Prairie). Be among the first in the world to experience this hilarious tale of sugar and spice and everything nice …with a dash of Maritime Salt.


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“Norm Foster creates characters who are so believable that theatergoers see bits of themselves reflected on stage.” - L.A. DAILY NEWS


“One of the funniest writers of intelligent comedy in Canadian theatre today.” - CALGARY HERALD


“Norm Foster is our most-produced playwright for a reason: he’s very, very funny.” - MONTREAL GAZETTE


Norm Foster


Patricia Vanstone


Melanie Janzen


Jamie Williams


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Horner Relax. Breathe. Feel.


Darren Keay


Sheila Unite your mind, body and spirit. McCarthy


Marla McLean


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