Monday-Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Saturday matinee at 2:30 p.m.
Starring Pierre Brault
Written by Marie Jones
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, actor Pierre Brault is back in his award* winning role as Kenneth McCallister, proud Ulsterman, welfare clerk and dyed-in-the-wool bigot who is the embodiment of sectarian hatred until the fateful day he finds himself in the crowd watching Northern Ireland vs the Republic in a crucial World Cup qualifier.
Thus begins a remarkable, funny and poignant personal journey of discovery that moves from Belfast to Dublin to New York set against the mad world of the World Cup of Soccer.
Pierre Brault is a multi award winning actor and playwright. He is best known for his solo shows Blood on the Moon, Portrait of an Unidentified Man and last year’s Gladstone hit, Will Somers: Keeping you Head.
Marie Jones’s passionate and hilarious one man show has enjoyed productions the world over, including the West End of London, a successful six month run off-Broadway and a multi award winning Ottawa production in 2007.