Toronto is the setting for a historical comedy July 22 and July 24 at Black Creek Historical Village. Reginald's Return: A Comedy of Intrigue will be presented for two evenings only.
Reginald's Return will be a wandering mystery taking the audience though the living museum's grounds as the actors dramatize the story of a man hoping to save his land from a railway developer. The plot will unfold as the cast moves around the candle-lit historical buildings on the site.
The Young Canada Works, an Initiative of the Department of Canadian Heritage is supporting the event. The cast is comprised of actors that work at the museum bringing life to the past.
The story will feature aspects of current programing including the Temperance Movement.
Melanie Repetski, Assistant Historic Programs Coordinator, told Digital Journal that past productions have had a very positive response. At the end of the evenings performance there will be a 19th century dessert for guests at the outdoor Event Pavilion with a question and answer session.
Tickets for the event are $17/ $15 for members. The doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the performance starts at 8:00 p.m. sharp.
To reserve your ticket please call 416-667-6295.