Hudson Player’s Club continues a time-honoured tradition at Greenwood with a dramatic reading of Pygmaléon, a cleverly adapted version of George Bernard Shaw’s play (also known as My Fair Lady), transported from early 1900s Covent Garden in London, to the swinging 1960s in Montreal, just as Expo 67 is about to open.
Join us in an intimate garden setting as a delightful troop of gifted actors stage this brilliant adaptation; complete with costumes and props. What better backdrop than the gorgeous Greenwood gardens and tranquil Ottawa River to set the stage. The Hudson Players’ Club are delighted to continue Theatre on the Lawn as a fundraiser for Greenwood.
Tickets are $10.00 each and can be purchased here, Or at Que de Bonnes Choses (484-B Main, Hudson). We ask that in-person tickets be purchased with cash and only during opening hours, no reservations please.
OUR CAST AND CREW
Mark Drake – THE NARRATOR
Olivia Richardson – CLARA
Susan Corbett – MRS. EYNSFORD HILL
Karen DeLorme – A BYSTANDER
Nathaniel Labrie – FREDDY
Ash Samson – ELISE
Stephen Walters – PICKERING
David Fisher – HIGGINS
Sean Murphy – A SARCASTIC BYSTANDER
Sandy Fergruson – MRS. PEARCE
Jean Frederic Samson – ALFRED FERRIEN
Chris Gobeil – DIRECTOR & AUTHOR
Shelley Walters – STAGE MANAGER
Karen Pearce – COSTUME DESIGNER
Steve Walters – PRODUCER