Globus Theatre’s charming and light-hearted sp f of rural life runs at Lakeview Arts Barn until September 3
Farm livinвЂ™ is the life for me вЂ“ a review of Funny Farmers
Globus Theatre is bringing its summertime to end with Funny Farmers by Kevin Riordan. Directed by Sarah fast, Funny Farmers is really a sp f that is charming rural life therefore the modern farming industry that will interest whoever has ever resided or worked on a farm, as well as city slickers whoвЂ™ve never stepped on a single.
Published by Canadian playwright Kevin Riordan, Funny Farmers is a reasonably new production thatвЂ™s just been done a handful of times.
James Barrett plays Gary, a failed NHL goalie who decided to accept the duty of running his household farm. Nonetheless, as a result of quantity of unfortunate incidents, Gary has lost the farm and is working at Wal-Mart. Now residing next d r to your farm that his family owned for generations, Gary watches in horror as Jerry (Connor Thompson) вЂ” A american attorney without any farming experience вЂ” purchases the property with tips to become a farmer that is organic.
As Jerry suffers one disaster after another, Gary s ner or later takes shame regarding the farmer that is wannabe steps in to help in pulling the farm out of ruin.
Is one able to failed farmer and a man who’s no concept exactly what he is performing develop a agriculture kingdom?
It will take some ideas that are big a lot of heart making it work. From goats with chlamydia to an unwanted marijuana crop, Gary and Jerry turn into a mismatched odd couple attempting to beat the odds in this g d-natured comedy of efforts and rural living.
Neighborh d child Gary (James Barrett) has lost the household farm to US town slicker Jerry (Connor Thompson) who may have no idea what heвЂ™s doing (photo Sam Tweedle / kawarthaNOW )