Grafton St Dinner Theatre

Past Productions – III

 

Off The Wall

January – April 2010;
Written by Krista Lane & Cyndi D. Locke
An assortment of phobics and obsessives meet at Dr. Proctor’s office to be cured.
All the while dancing and singing Micheal Jackson hits.

 

Once Upon A Crime

February – April 2003;
Written by Cyndi Locke
(a great title by Daniel MacDonald).
Fairytale land is up in arms as characters start dropping like flies. Featuring disco music.

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Once Upon A Crime
 

On the Rink Of Death

January – May 1995;
Written by Jamie Bradley & Kelly Ruth Mercier
Curling and murder, a bonspiel of fun.

 

Only The Lonely

January – May, 1998;
Written by Paula Danyluk & Cyndi D. Locke
A lonely hearts club in 1966.

 

Peppermint Twist-Off

September – December 1988;
Written by Bill Forbes.
A 1964 game show brings together an odd assortment of characters.

 

Political Party

October – December, 1992;
Written by Briane Nasimok & Jamie Bradley
Maritime United Coalition Party (MUC) holds their first leadership convention.

 

Rock and Roll Radio Show

June – December 1993;
Written by Danny Macdonald & Sheldon Davis
A 1958 look at radio and teenagers.

 

Rock Me Gently

October 2002- January 2003;
Written by Cyndi Locke.
Set in the not so distant future, Canada gets a cultural facelift. Features all Canadian music.

 

Rockin’ For Dollars

January, 1996 – May, 1996;
Written by Jamie Bradley & Cyndi D. Locke
Contestants are asked to know, sing it and find it. Music is 1963.

 

Rosie’s Country Roadhouse

May – September, 1996;
Written by Cyndi D. Locke
Featuring the latest hits from country music set at a truck stop just outside town.

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Rosie’s Country Roadhouse
 

Say A Little Prayer

October, 2001-January, 2002;
Written by Cyndi Locke.

 

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A newlywed couple spend their first night of wedded bliss stranded in a hotel with an assortment of characters.

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Seasons In The Sun
 

Seasons In The Sun

September – November 2011;
Written by Krista Lane & Cyndi D. Locke
A lawn toy company holds its annual labour day picnic but is overrun by a chick biker gang. Featuring Canadian Rock.

 

Solid Gold Diner

May - July, 2002;
Written by Cyndi Locke.
A night with the Golds in their diner.
Set in 1956, 1966 & 1976

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Solid Gold Diner
 

Someone Wake Paddy O’Brien

May – September 2009;
Written by Cyndi D. Locke
The passing of Paddy O’Brien is met with rumour and speculation and a lot of Irish rock

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Spirit In The Sky
 

Spirit In The Sky

September, 1998 – February, 1999;
Written by Cyndi D. Locke
A musical look at the self-help craze of the eighties.

 

Stayin’ Alive

January – May, 1997;
Written by Cyndi D. Locke
Disco is reborn in this 1977 musical comedy.

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Stayin’ Alive
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Stop In The Name Of Love
 

Stop In The Name Of Love

May – September, 1997;
Written by Cyndi D. Locke
The audience is locked in at a women’s prison in 1965.

 

Tartans, Touques $ Tales

May- September 2008;
Written by Cyndi D. Locke
The four Atlantic provinces try to prove their worth to the federal government. East coast music.

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Tartans, Touques $ Tales
 

Teacups and Tommyguns

January – May 1989;
Written by Bill Forbes.
The dirty thirties pits gangsters and songstresses against each other.

 

Teacups and Tommyguns II

February -May 2001;
Written by Jamie Bradley and Cyndi D. Locke
The dirty thirties pits gangsters and songstresses together with a boxing ring!

 

This Diamond Ring

June – September 1999;
Written by Cyndi D. Locke.
A rock and roller evening party at Danny’s Drive In. Late fifties music highlights Peggy and Johnny’s engagement party.

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Time In A Bottle
 

Time In A Bottle

October 1999-February 2000;
Written by Cyndi D. Locke.
Set in 1989, this show propels the cast and audience back twenty years to the eve of their graduation.

 

Twas The Night Shift Before Xmas

November – December 2011;
Written by Cyndi D. Locke & Krista Lane
The Elves go on strike and hold the LIST as hostage. Motown Holiday Music.

 

To Be Continued

September 1992 – March 1993;
Written by Margot Sampson & Cyndi D. Locke.
The continuing story of a seventies soap opera going down the drain.

 

Wake Me When It’s Over

September – December, 1996;
Written By Jamie Bradley & Cyndi D. Locke
A 1936 Irish wake for Patrick Matthew O’Brien

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Wake Me When It’s Over
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(The) Winner Takes It All
 

(The) Winner Takes It All

May – September, 2006;
Written by Cyndi D. Locke
It’s the epitome of all game shows where the winners of past shows bet their winnings on this one.

 

You Make Me Feel Like Dancin’

September – December 2009;
Written by Cyndi D. Locke
It’s 1979 and time to put on your platforms and shake your groove thing.

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You Make Me Feel Like Dancin’

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