Written by Anton Chekhov
Directed by Kathy Lacasse
Evening Performances at 8:00 pm
Nov. 9, 2007
The Proposal is a one act comic farce by Anton Chekhov. In Chekhov’s Russia, marriage was a means of economic stability for most people. They married to gain wealth and possessions. In this play, the concept of marriage is being satirized to show the real purpose of marriage – materialistic gain rather than true love.
This play was presented at the 2007 Eastern Ontario Drama League One Act Festival, and was nominated for the Best Supporting Performance Award (Ralph Gorcey) and Best Emerging Artist Award (Kathy Lacasse).