Bob Smith interviews Penn about March events celebrating Teresa Harris. http://www.rogerstv.com/daytimelondon.
The video is up on http://rogerstv.com/show?lid=12&rid=9&sid=3268&gid=271401
Why the play should be in the schools: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WYHHThGe-4&t=6s by Mary McDonald
“Play stands as tribute to one woman’s Triumph”,
Publication: The Dream Life of Teresa Harris is now available on line and in print from Playwrights Guild of Canada. See www.playwrightsguild.ca/dream-life-teresa-harris and https://www.playwrightsguild.ca/playwright/penn-kemp.
“I believe I have a little of the Bedouin Arab in me.”-Teresa Harris
March 22-25, The Triumph of Teresa Harris: a play in two acts
The Palace Theatre and Eldon House present The Triumph of Teresa Harris
Procunier Hall, The Palace Theatre, 710 Dundas St., London ON. 519-432 1029.
The indomitable explorer Teresa Harris returns to London in Penn Kemp’s new play
The Triumph of Teresa Harris!
Her adventures are on stage in 5 Performances…
Procunier Hall @ The Palace Theatre 710 Dundas Street London, ON, N5W 2Z4 Canada
March 22, 2017 – 8:00 PM
March 23, 2017 – 8:00 PM
March 24, 2017 – 8:00 PM
March 25, 2017 – 2:00 PM ** Matinee
March 25, 2017 – 8:00 PM
Tickets: $23 seniors/students. $25 adults. Online: an additional $1.00.
Preview, March 27: $15
The Triumph of Teresa Harris is written by Penn Kemp and directed by Diane Haggerty <email@example.com>
Performed by a cast of 16 with 2 musicians!
The Cast for The Palace Production, March 2017
DIRECTOR: Diane Haggerty
MUSICIANS: Mary Ashton and Panayiotis Giannarapis
Ammar Abraham: Lieutenant/Tenzin
Dean Andrews: Scott
Bridget Corbett: Sister
Grace Ginty: Sister
Maya Gupta: Mid-Teresa
Brenda Hamilton: Amelia 2
Kyei, Afia: Chris
Kassia Mobbayal: John
Christopher Noble: St. George
Irene Paibulsinjit: Annie
Karina Redick: Sister
Kendall Robertson: Sister
Jan Sims: Amelia 1
Old Teresa: Maureen Spencer Golovchenko
Passing Stranger/Cook: Heather Weitzel
Young Teresa: Taylor Jordyn
With thanks to London Community Players at the Palace Theatre.
See http://www.palacetheatre.ca/shows-and-events/2016/9/8/the-triumph-of-teresa-harris and Eldon House Heritage Museum, www.eldonhouse.ca
Photo of Teresa on camel: Harris Family Fonds, Western Archives, Western University