The Melville Boys
By Norm Foster
Directed by Gerald Lenton-Young
Brothers Owen and Lee Melville arrive at their uncle’s cottage, ready to do what boys do at the lake – fish and drink beer. That is, if they can set aside their differences.
The boys may share the same blood, but they live worlds apart. Owen is a single, happy-go-lucky extrovert while Lee is quiet, responsible and married. Lee also has a secret he needs to share. But before they even unpack for the weekend, two beautiful sisters arrive at the cabin in their boat and Owen is already making plans for all four of them.
As Canadian as the maple leaf, The Melville Boys is filled with temptation, tears and laughter. It’s a weekend at the lake you won’t want to pass up.
|Gerald Lenton-Young||Set & Costume Designer|
|Elizabeth Asselstine||Lighting Designer|
|Sarah Wallin||Stage Manager|
|Kim Bujaczek||Assistant Stage Manager|