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Tuesday, March 05, 2019

Yr. Obedient Servant


The English-speaking world’s most famous talker, dictionary-maker, and curmudgeon, Dr. Samuel Johnson, will make one final, public appearance on the Island this winter. Watermark Theatre hosts Yr. Obedient Servant: An Evening of Chamber Theatre with Samuel Johnson on Friday, March 8, at 7:30 p.m.  Your free-will offering will support the theatre. This one-man, full-length play by Kay Eldredge features actor and ACT life member Terry Pratt in a slice of 18th-century literary life.  This performance is a snow date for Watermark.  With 20 minutes to go before curtain on a wild night in November, organizers pulled the plug to get themselves and the few, brave audience members home to safety. Pratt/Johnson did go on to successful appearances at the Haviland Club and UPEI.  Private performances will continue, since Yr. Obedient Servant is available free of charge to any appropriate chamber, for fundraising, education, or simply entertainment.

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