Francis Hodgson Burnett’s
Book and Lyrics by Marsha Norman | Music by Lucy Simon
March 27 & 28, March 31 – April 4, 2020 @ 7:30 PM
Matinees: March 28 & April 4, 2020 @ 2:00 PM
Abbotsford Arts Centre
2329 Crescent Way, Abbotsford
Orphaned in India, young Mary Lennox journeys back to England to live with her reclusive and embittered Uncle Archibald and his invalid son, Colin. Struggling to come to terms with her new life at Misselthwaite Manor, with its ghostly hallways and vast moors, Mary discovers a secret garden hidden away and abandoned on the estate. A story of healing, forgiveness and renewal emerges as Mary dedicates herself to restoring the garden to its former glory and forges new friendships with an eclectic mix of colourful characters along the way. Winner of the 1991 Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical, this powerful story will warm your heart and refresh your spirit.
Photos by Dianna Lewis
Elizabeth Seamen | Payten Witthome | Nada Moorthy | Deanne Ratzlaff | Angel Duran-Heon | Jacob Berardin | Will Davis | Chris Taylor | Hayley James | Ruthie Mackenzie | Marco Darvasi | Mark Kroeker | Laura Kehler | Becca Toews | Reuben Leonard | Peter Shaver | Brennen Loewen | Mikayla Whitehouse | Laura Milette
Directed by KEN HILDEBRANDT | Musical Direction by BECKIE LAPOINTE-EVANS | Choreography by JENNIFER ROMANO | Set Design by MATTHEW PITON | Costume Design by DANI DEJONG | Lighting Design by MICHAELA FREEMAN | Props Design by DIANNA LEWIS | Assistant Stage Manager - Costumes PAT DAVIS | Assistant Stage Manager - Props/Set NATALIE WOJCIK | Stage Manager BRITTANY SUDERMAN
Adult - $30 | Senior/Student - $27 | Groups (8+) - $25 | Children - $15
*plus additional order fees. ($1.25/ticket online, $1.75/ticket at House of James, and $2.00/ticket at the door).
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Gallery 7 Theatre is pleased to provide assistance to persons with disabilities wherever possible, however, due to the outlay of the theatre facility, access is limited.
Seating for wheel-chair patrons is located on audience left of the stage in a designated area closer to the stage. Limit three spaces per performance. Please contact the theatre at 604-504-5940 prior to purchasing tickets to ensure wheel-chair seating is available for the performance you are attending.
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