Written by Sean Dixon
Directed by Sarah Phillips
Mark Crawford*, Alex Fallis*, Gil Garratt*, Gemma James-Smith*, Daniel Roberts*, Jan Alexandra Smith*, with music by George Meanwell
Set Design by Ken Mackenzie, Costume Design by Jennifer Triemstra-Johnston
(*Appears courtesy of the Canadian Actors Equity Association)
August 6 – 25 (OPENING NIGHT: August 7th)
Under the Grand Tent at Rosehall Run, 1243 Greer Road, near Wellington MAP
Tuesday-Sunday 6:30 pm, Friday Matinees 1:30 pm
“…entertains in spades…”
Vernon Morning Star
“…a rip-snortin’ adventure.”
At this summer’s outdoor, Grand Tent show, the audience will be rounded up for a romp in true Festival Players style. The Notorious Right Robert and his Robber Bride by Sean Dixon is a Bonnie and Clyde tale set in 1930’s wildwoods Canada. We find ourselves in the fictional one-horse town of Chickabiddy. Right Robert, a wanna-be bad guy, decides that robbing folks is the best way to make a name for himself. He happens upon Jenny Lundy, a poor farm girl with big dreams of her own. Their chance meeting sets them on a hilarious journey of crime and infamy… and the rest is cops and robbers history.
The Notorious Right Robert and his Robber Bride is a joyous ride, full of car chases and gunfights, unrequited love and idealism, and funny as all get-out. Originally produced by the Caravan Farm Theatre in BC (the same company that created The Ballad of Weedy Peetstraw), this show is sure to please.
Weather Policy: Right Robert is outdoor theatre, performed in the open air with audience seated under a tent. Please dress appropriately for the weather. The show can proceed under most rain conditions. The decision to cancel or delay a performance due to weather will be made at the venue, at showtime. Shows will not be cancelled in advance. In the case of cancellation, your tickets can either be exchanged for another performance of Right Robert, converted into a credit for tickets to a performance in a future season, or converted into a charitable donation with a tax receipt issued. No refunds will be issued due to a weather cancellation. If you choose not to come to the venue to assess the weather, you must contact us before showtime to make arrangements for a ticket exchange or conversion. If you do not, your tickets will be forfeited.