Regina Little Theatre winds up its 2014-15 season with this comedy by Leeann Minogue. Minogue is a Saskatchewan-based playwright and author, and she debuted Homecoming at the Station Arts Centre in Rosthern in 2009.

The central character is Jerry, a retired farmer who turns his operation over to his son and daughter-in-law. Unfortunately for them, he can’t resist sticking his nose into the business, and he eventually drives them from the farm with his meddlesome ways — forcing him back on the land, and leading to all sorts of predicaments.

Homecoming runs at the Regina Performing Arts Centre June 10-13, with curtain each night at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are Adults $20, Students & Seniors $18, and you can find more information on the RLT website.

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