The Premier production of Birds of a Feather now playing at the Port Stanley Festival
Theatre, is the creation of seasoned Port Stanley Festival Theatre's Artistic Director
Simon Joynes. Simon as a Produced Playwright for three other professional productions,
"Mini Putt", "Dump Guys", and "Animal Magnetism", has had the opportunity to bring
to the stage his latest offering. This play's roots began years ago, during the
courtship of his wife, where the true nature of the play was cast, and followed
by ever so slight refinements since, in the script for added substance.
The "Birds of a Feather" takes you on a Competitive bird watchers laugh-filled
quest, where rivals clash at the relentless pursuit for position, with actions having
regretful consequences, to finally recognize that a redemption is necessary, and the twist
is there, with an insightful journey of reconciliation delivered.
Starring Lorna Wilson as Barbara, a Competitive Bird Watching Divorcee, who is still
looking for her next husband, Patric Masurkevitch as Edward, the other Competitive
Bird Watcher who desperately wants to add the sighting of the rare Bachman Warbler
to his list, Julia Lederer as Angie, the new bride wanting to make the best of it,
in unwanted territory, and Andrew Fleming as Jack, who gets side-tracked fulfilling
his duties on his wedding night as a new husband.
"Birds of a Feather" is directed by PSFT Artistic Director Simon Joynes, and
Stage Managed by Suzanne McArther, with Set Design by Eric Bunnell, and Lighting
Design by Karen Crichton.
The Birds of a Feather runs from July 6th to July 23rd, 2016, and it's one you
will want to remember the next time you go Bird Watching.
PSFT 2016 Playbill