Wingfield: Lost & Found
Written by Dan Needles
Directed by Douglas Beattie
Stage Management by Anne Reddish
Starring Rod Beattie as Walt
Walt returns in the latest chapter of the popular Wingfield series. In the midst of a record drought, wells on the Wingfield Farm are drying up. A search to locate a new source of water ensues, but a series of obstacles, both humorous and touching, abound.Is it the end of farming for Walt and Maggie, or can the precious liquid be found?
The show runs June 14 to July 16 from Tuesday to Saturday at 8 p.m., with afternoon matinees on Wednesdasy, Saturdays, and Sundays at 2:30 p.m.
Free deck chats are being held every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.
Call 382-7020 or visit www.1000islandsplayhouse.com for tickets.
Wingfield Lost and Found finds humor to appeal to all
By Amanda Smith. From Gananoque Reporter
A drought, a cypress tree, a red-tailed hawk, an angry nest of yellow jacket ground bees, water witches, the butterfly effect and Walt Wingfield. These all come together to form the comical play Wingfield Lost and Found by Rod Beattie.
The seventh play in the Wingfield series, written by Dan Needles, Beattie continues to expand on the life of Wingfield, a retired stockbroker turned farmer.
In this play we follow Walt and 20 other characters through the trials of farming life in Persepone County as they experience a drought that lasts over 90 days.