This charming, folksy, homespun comedy is filled with laughter!
Ed runs the local garage in the small farming community of Port Petunia. Having once been a farmer himself, Ed is a jack-of-all-trades and can fix just about anything, including people. In fact, most of the residents of Port Petunia have come to ask Ed’s advice about one kind of problem or another. Ed just seems to have a knack for identifying people’s problems and finding homespun remedies to fix them. Sometimes those remedies include Ed putting them to work under the hood of one of the vehicles in his shop!
Because of the steady flow of ³counselling clients² at the garage, Ed and his sidekick Nick, just assume that the young man who shows up “looking for someone to talk to, “is referring to Ed. But after the young man’s first counseling session (working on Ed’s truck), they realize that the young man was actually assigned by the courts to take a certified Anger Management course from the new psychologist in town. And now, the young man thinks THAT’S Ed! AND it gets even more confusing when Ed and the boys find out that the young woman who has just rented office space right next to Ed’s Garage, is a real psychologist!
Who is it for?
Infants and children under 5 cannot be accommodated
Tickets : Adult $25; Children (5-12) $21
How to get tickets?
Select Ticket Sales – May 1, 2019
Tickets are available by phone, with VISA or MASTERCARD. To order, call (306) 239-4600.
Tickets may also be purchased at the Barn. Please call ahead to make sure someone is at the office.
WHEN & WHERE
Date & Time: June 19 – 23 & 26 – 30, 2019
WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS
5:30 p.m. – Yard Opens with: Food booths, Live music, Horse-drawn wagon rides and The Craft Barn.
7:30 p.m. – The SHOW begins in our Barn-turned-theatre
NOON – Yard Opens with: Food booths, Live music, Horse-drawn wagon rides and The Craft Barn.
2:00 p.m. – The SHOW begins in our Barn-turned-theatre
Venue & Address :
Barn Playhouse, Saskatoon
The Barn Playhouse is located on a family farm twenty-five kilometres north of Saskatoon on Highway 12.