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5-7 juillet

Betty’s Song

Une mère, une fille et un bateau de pêche au homard

Devenu veuve alors qu’elle était encore trop jeune, Betty se retrouve face à une montagne de comptes à payer et pour héritage un seul bateau de pêche au homard. Quelque part entre élever sa fille et passer ses samedis soirs au Slanty Shanty, elle devient une des premières femmes capitaines de son propre bateau de pêche au homard de l’est de l’Î.-P.-É.

Ce récit hilarant sur le passage à l’âge adulte vous fera découvrir les difficultés éprouvées lorsqu’on élevait une adolescente espiègle dans les années 1990, à Murray Harbour North. Créé et interprété par l’autrice-compositrice de l’Île Ashley Condon, ce spectacle amusant et émouvant s’accompagne de musique originale et de suffisamment de souvenirs pour remplir tout un album de photos de famille.

 

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    Betty’s Song          

    Créé par  Ashley Condon

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The Story of Confederation

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