Geraldine Lee, left, and Aaron Redditt embrace during the final moments of the performance For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again. The play runs from Nov. 9 to 11, 15 to 17, and a matinee performance on Nov. 12 at 2:00 p.m. mailphotos by Terri Huxley
For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again pulls on heartstrings without you even realizing it.
It’s a heartfelt one-act play that makes one think a bit deeper and about the meaning of life and death with absolute subtlety.
Using minimal props and engagement in an extravagant imagination, the dialog brings this play to life.
Geraldine Lee and Aaron Redditt work in harmony to deliver a story of a mother and son’s relationship throughout the years.
This play was written by French Canadian Playwright Michel Tremblay. Carol Todor directed the play that will be featured in the Valley.
The hour and a half performance is a direct reflection of life in Montreal, shedding a light on the 1950’s women’s working class and heavily religious foundation.
For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again runs from November 9 to 11 and then the 15 to 17. There will be a matinee on November 12 at 2 p.m. All shows start at 7:30 p.m.
Here is a sneak peek of the performance: