REVIEW: [Crawford] primes the pump with authentic, rural Ontario humour in The New Canadian Curling Club

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The New Canadian Curling Club makes for a hilarious night at the theatre exploring a scenario that, admittedly, many of us may not be able to relate to firsthand. However, it provides an understanding of an ongoing scenario we could all stand to know a little bit more about, making audiences laugh along the way.”

~Shawn Loughlin, The Citizen

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Cutline: Matthew Gin as Mike Chang, Omar Alex Khan as Anoopjeet Singh, Lorne Kennedy as Stuart MacPhail, Parmida Vand as Fatima Al-Sayeed and Marcia Johnson as Charmaine Bailey in The New Canadian Curling Club, a play written by Mark Crawford and directed by Miles Potter, which opened the 44th season of the Blyth Festival on June 22. Photo credit: Terry Manzo.