Be the lucky 13th person to enter and win a pair of tickets to the acclaimed show, Featuring Loretta by George F. Walker . This show plays at the Factory Theatre May 1st until June 27th.
Directed by Ken Gass, this comedy pokes fun at the world of dating and relationships. Don’t miss your chance to see this play! Show times are Tuesday through Saturday at 8:00pm and Sunday matinee at 2:00pm. Tickets can be purchased online at TixHub or by contacting (416) 504-9971.
Or, just email us here at firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the subject line Featuring Loretta. The winner will be announced on Wednesday, so good luck!
And for more information about this play just visit the Factory Theatre or read excerpts from the press release below.
Featuring Loretta is a frank, hysterically funny play about adult relationships in a world of desperate off-kilter characters. Set in a seedy motel room, the story follows the very beautiful and much desired Loretta whose husband was eaten by a bear. Now pregnant by her cheating dead husband’s best friend, Lorrie is working as a waitress and looking at her options. Her current admirers are Dave, a neurotic salesman, and Michael, a smooth operator who wants to feature Loretta in a series of “erotic videos.” Sophie, the opinionated physicist daughter of the motel’s ex- KGB Russian owner, also wants to take charge of Loretta’s life, resulting in vintage Walker comedic mayhem.
Featuring Loretta was simultaneously first produced in February 1998 by Buffalo Nights Theatre (Los Angeles, USA) and Hampstead Theatre (London, England). Its Canadian Premiere was on May 14, 1998 during Factory Theatre’s 1997/1998 Season as part of the celebrated Suburban Motel series. The production’s creative team includes Marian Wihak (Set Designer), David Boechler (Costume Designer),Kimberly Purtell (Lighting Designer) and Jeremy Mimnagh (Video and Sound Designer). Stage management is by Sandy Plunkett with apprentice stage management by Natalie Gisele. The Assistant Director is Yevgeniya Falkovich.
Factory Theatre, 125 Bathurst St., Toronto, ON M5V 2R2