Things To Remember

Set in the late 1980's and between 1910 and 1919, an old man on his deathbed conjures his childhood memories growing up one of two sons of a Pennsylvania Dutch (Deutsch) homesteader in southern Alberta, Canada who struggled to raise his two young boys after the untimely death of his wife.

Part of the omnibus project: Hometown, commissioned by the Blyth Festival (Canada). Other writers included Jean-Marc Dalpe, Mansel Robinson, Martha Ross, Peter Smith, Des Walsh

Parts:
1 F, 3 M

Running Length:
20 minutes

Production History:
Blyth Festival (Blyth, Canada): Directed by Peter Smith
Run: June 21 to August 7, 2011