Loving Arms Cancer Outreach presents a production of A Red Plaid Shirt, performed by The Maverick Players. Ticket sales from the event will be donated to Loving Arms Cancer Outreach to help continue our mission.
Who is Loving Arms?
Loving Arms Cancer Outreach is a non-profit organization in possession of our 5O1C3 charitable status. We support individuals and their families throughout their cancer journey. We provide wraparound services through support groups, access to education and resources, and financial assistance to families struggling financially due to their cancer treatment. We believe providing these services significantly eases stress for our clients and allows them to focus on their recovery and their families.
Synopsis of the play:
A RED PLAID SHIRT, written by Canadian playwright Michael G. Wilmot, follows the antics of two recently retired couples: Deb and Marty and Gladys and Fred. Despite high hopes for this new, leisurely stage of life, the friends quickly realize that it isn’t quite what they thought it would be. While Deb tries to rein in Marty’s sudden urge to buy a motorcycle and seek adventure, Gladys is desperate for Fred to get out of the house and do anything besides monitoring his vital signs. As a compromise, the men take on a woodworking class – but this turns out to come with its own set of surprises!
There will be 2 level of tickets available: TABLE & GENERAL ADMISSION
*All table seats will include 1 drink voucher per guest and early access at 6:30pm to mix and mingle and purchase food and drinks before the show starts at 7:30pm*Table seating is only sold in multiples of 2
PLEASE NOTE: Multiple dates will be offered for this production Thursday July 21st & Friday July 22nd