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9th Hour Theatre adapts C.S. Lewis' Great Divorce

great divorce.jpgIt is described as a grim, joyless city, where the citizens are afraid of change and there seems to be serious problems with the bus service. No, we're not talking about Ottawa...
We are describing The Grey Town, as created by C.S. Lewis in his book The Great Divorce. And that grey town could be purgatory, could be Hell, and for some reason some people don't want to take the bus out of town.

 

9th Hour Theatre Company have adapted this play, on now at the GCTC. Actors Nocholas Ammott and Elizabeth Chant, and director Jonathan Harris, joined us for a preview.

 

 

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