By Willy Russell
Directed by Jane Stott
The Role of Shirley Valentine is being played by veteran actor Krista Duff.
Wondering what has happened to her youth and feeling stagnant and in a rut, Shirley finds herself regularly alone and talking to the wall while preparing an evening meal of ‘chips and egg’ for her emotionally distant husband. When her best friend offers to pay for a trip-for-two to Greece, she packs her bags, leaves a note on the cupboard door in the kitchen, and heads for a fortnight of rest and relaxation. In Greece, with just a little effort on her part, she rediscovers everything she had been missing about her existence in England. She finds so much happiness, in fact, that when the vacation is over she decides not to return, ditching her friend at the airport and going back to the hotel where she’d been staying to ask for a job and to live a newly self-confident life in which she is, at last, true to herself.
Ticket sales begin Monday, March 7, online at ticketsplease.ca
At the door subject to availability.
Krista Duff as Shirley Valentine
Photos courtesy: Terry Boyd
PLEASE NOTE that as of March 1st as per government guidelines, Studio Theatre Perth will NOT be asking for proof of Covid vaccination. Masks must be worn while in the theatre. Seats are provided on a first-come basis. Social distancing is encouraged. Seating is limited to 100 patrons per show.