This is a past event.

Hockey Mom, Hockey Dad 

When: Oct. 15-27 2013
Price: $20-$44
There’s romance and comedy aplenty in Michael Melski’s Hockey Mom, Hockey Dad, but this two-hander ends up being more than just a pleasing romantic comedy. There’s real depth to the story of a couple of single parents who connect at the local rink (very local for the Halifax crowd, as this production is set on Crosby’s Cole Harbour ice). Kevin Kincaid plays Teddy, a bellowing blue-collar dad with a poet’s eye who is smitten by Donna, a guarded, damaged soul played by Heather Rankin. Kincaid balances Teddy’s charm and obnoxious qualities beautifully, and Rankin is a joy to watch as Donna slowly opens herself to the terrifying possibility of letting a man into her life. The play is thought-provoking in its exploration of the good and bad in hockey culture, and will be enjoyed by hockey fans and non-fans alike. —Kate Watson

In Print This Week

Vol 25, No 42
March 15, 2018

Cover Gallery »

Real Time Web Analytics

© 2018 Coast Publishing Ltd.