Kanata Kourier-Standard, October 13, 2011

Kanata Theatre to stage
Maggie's Getting Married


In this hilarious romantic comedy, you'll join the Duncan famiily as they prepare for the wedding of their daughter.

Maggie's Getting Married, is an ex­ample of the sparkling wit and human insight of Canada's most prolific writer of comedies-that-matter, Norm Foster is Canada's funniest and most produced playwright and this comedic gem will have you doubled over with laughter from beginning to end.

Join the Duncan family who has gath­ered together for a party the night before the wedding of their youngest daughter, Maggie.

Maggie's older sister Wanda has just returned home for the wedding with her actor boyfriend in tow to meet the groom for the first time. When the groom, a real estate salesman, finally arrives, Wanda discovers that she knows him a little bet­ter than Maggie would like her to and chaos ensues.

Director Dorothy Gardner, has cast a zany cocktail of actors in this snappy, sexy piece in a perfect mix of just-over-the-top. Linda Webster as the lovingly controlling mom, Tara Scisson as the sex-pot sister, and Tim Finnigan as the gyno-phobic actor, and the more grounded in reality, Richard Groen as the seemingly wholesome groom-to-be, lan Stauffer the introspective, middle-aged dad and Sherry Thurig  as the sweet, sincere Maggie.

This funny and heart-warming roman­tic comedy is full of unexpected twists. The end result is a fun evening of first-class theatre for less than the price of a movie and popcorn.

Kanata Theatre's production of Mag­gie's Getting Married runs in the Ron Maslin Playhouse, 1 Ron Maslin Way, Nov 8 to 12 and Nov. 15 to 19.

Curtain is at 8 p.m. sharp. Individual tickets are $18. Reserve tickets call the box office at 613-831-4435. For information about subscriptions visit www.kanata-theatre.com.