My solo show, Piecework: When We Were French, continues its life on the road this month with two new performances.
If you’re near St. Johnsbury, Vermont, I hope you’ll come see the show at the St. Johnsbury School on Saturday, January 29 at 7:30pm. I used to live in St. Johnsbury, and I’m looking forward to returning with my band of Franco-American characters in tow. Buy your tickets here!
Then I’ll head due-south on I-91 to lovely Turners Falls, Massachusetts, and the Shea Theater, where I’ll present a Sunday matinee at 2pm on January 30. Turners Falls’ local theater company, The Country Players, have planned a whole cultural afternoon, featuring music, discussion, and a display of town records. (I’m told that French-Canadians represented the largest ethnic group in town as of the 1900 Census.) I’m so excited to be a part of it. To join us, buy your tickets here!
Additional Piecework performances are in the works for the spring. Rest assured, I’ll keep you informed.