by Doug Curtis
February 21, 2008 - March 09, 2008
Preview - February 20, 2008

Paul is asked to drive his wife's 93-year-old Grandpa "Bud" all the way from Calgary to his retirement trailer in Mesa, Arizona. Paul hopes to find strange, roadside diners and sleep out under the stars.  Bud wants Denny's and Motel 6. Paul and Bud spend five days together, navigating the predictable turnoffs on the Interstate while discovering their need for each other, sharing their lives and experiences, their hopes and dreams. This will be Bud's final year in Mesa - Paul is his chauffeur, but Bud is Paul's guide.

RUNNING TIME: Approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes (no intermission)

Director  John Cooper
Set & Costume Designer  Carole Klemm
Lighting Designer  Shannon Montgomery
Stage Manager  Georgette Nairn
Apprentice Stage Manager  Niklaas Dethmers

Kevin Klassen

Alec Willows
Brent Parkin
on guitar

"Brilliantly written... Mesa is a warm, wonderful and funny play."  
St. Thomas Times-Journal

"Heartfelt and funny...Curtis has created two indelible characters with real emotional texture and given them some wickedly hilarious lines..."   Edmonton Sun


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