Pick of the Day: Having Hope at Home

I don’t want to steal Aidan’s thunder, so I won’t delve too deeply into this play (which he’s agreed to review for our blog) other than to note it was written by Daniel S. Craig, and concerns a woman striving to mend various rifts in her family during a weekend gathering while also coping with the challenge of being pregnant.

Having Hope at Home opens at the Globe Theatre tonight, and runs until Feb. 13.  For ticket info call 525-6400.

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  1. Actually, it’s David S. Craig. Daniel Craig is more beefy and more ‘bond’-ish! I came out to Regina to see the opening and loved the production. Laura Condlin in the lead role shows us a huge range of emotions and behaviour and Jerry Franken as the grandfather (he played the role twice before) should get the Order of Canada. But the star of the show was the theatre. To my knowledge there is only one other theatre in the round in North America (the Arena stage in Washington) and only on in England (Stoke-on-Trent)but the configuration places the audience right in the centre of the drama. Impressive. But I am, obviously, completely, utterly and shamelessly, biased.


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