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Last Train to Nibroc

by Arlene Hutton

 

A Gallery 7 Theatre Production

Fri Nov 12th  7:30 pm      Sat Nov 13th  2:00 & 7:30        Tues Nov 16th – Fri Nov 19th  7:30          Sat Nov 20th  2:00 & 7:30

 

** PLEASE NOTE:  PROOF OF FULL VACCINATION WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE DOOR ALONG WITH WEARING OF MASKS AT ALL TIMES IN THE THEATRE**

You have two options to enjoy this show...   live in the theatre OR  watching it Livestreamed in your own home!  Please select which option you would like when purchasing your tickets.

May and Raleigh meet in 1940 on an eastbound train carrying the bodies of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Nathaneal West. Raleigh is unable to enlist in the Army due to a medical condition and is on his way to New York to become a writer. May wishes to be a missionary. As they chat, they discover something in common: they are both from Kentucky. This girl-meets-boy romance follows the couple over time, painting a funny and touching portrait of two young people navigating through a time of war as they search for happiness and what their hearts truly desire.

...a gently charming little play, reminiscent of Thornton Wilder in its look at rustic Americans who are to be treasured for their simplicity and directness...
- Associated Press

...a blissfully sweet romantic play quite unlike the typical fare offered in theatres these days.
- New York Times

It is beautifully written...Every line is a heartbeat.
- Financial Times

Tickets:  Buy Now             

Ticket Prices:   Section A:    Adults  $30  Seniors $28   Students $28  Child $12   Section B:   Adults  $25  Seniors  $22   Students  $22   Child $12

Location: Abbotsford Arts Centre