Feb 3–19, 2017

By Michael Healey
Directed by Joshua Campbell

It’s 1972 and Miles, an idealistic, ebullient young actor from Toronto, knocks on the door of an isolated farmhouse somewhere in rural Ontario. He hopes to move in with local farmers, Morgan and Angus, two middle-aged bachelor farmers, to watch and learn about their lives and write a play about them and country life. Morgan has taken care of his friend Angus, ever since he suffered a head injury during World War II. As Miles learns more about the two farmers, the nature of their extraordinary relationship comes to the surface.

Hailed as one of the top ten plays of 2001 by TIME Magazine and winner of nearly every Canadian theater award possible, The Drawer Boy is a humorous and heartwarming play about the simple pleasures of friendship, storytelling, and remembrance.

Production Photos


Miles: Grant Hooyer
Morgan: Glen Stone
Angus: Gregory Eiden

Artistic Staff

Director: Joshua Campbell
Stage Manager: Joe Black
Scenic Designer: Leazah Behrens
Costume Designer: Kathleen Martin
Lighting Designer: Adam Raine
Properties Designers: Laura Estby, Beth King
Sound Designer: Jason Hobbie
Asst. Stage Managers: Leita Strei, Will Rosin
Sound Board Operator: Rosendo St. Pierre