Storm Warning is another great comedy by Canadian playwright Norm Foster, directed by Darlene Manchester.
Set in 1953, this is the story of a damaged World War II veteran and the free-spirited woman who attempts to change his outlook on life. Jack (Ryan Crocker) and Emma (Cheryl Hebb) are thrown together by fate one weekend and their lives will never be the same.
“Foster has outdone himself, writing a play that not only entertains and keeps the audience enthralled from start to finish, but a play with a depth of character and story that takes the audience away and out of themselves for an evening.”
Kelly Young, Kincardine News.
Storm Warning marks the twelfth Norm Foster production produced by First Impressions Theatre. It runs May 27 to June 12, Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8pm.