Rock and Roll

by John Gray

Directed by
Jim Holmes
Music Director:
Larraine Gorman

Jan 27-31, Feb 3-7

Curtain 8:00pm              Tickets $15.00

Another Canadian play, Rock and Roll is a musical, semi-autobiography of John Gray's time as a member of The Lincolns.  The play is set in "Mushaboom", Nova Scotia and includes five men (one of whom is dead) and one woman.  The play travels in time between 1960 and the formation of the band "The Monarchs" to 1980 when the band members reunite for a one-night concert in their old hometown.  It is a play filled with flashbacks, special effects, drama and good old rock and roll.