Classic Comedy by Norm Foster
Hilarity and small town politics erupt at the Crossroads Café, where owner and wanna-be hockey star Tom Shaw and helper Orson struggle to make ends meet in the little Canadian town of Big Oak. Mayor Catherine Wilson tries to boost the town’s fortunes by inviting builders of a new theme park to their annual Tomato Queen parade and laughter kicks into gear when they bring in aging TV cowboy Ned Durango to lead it. One of Foster’s funniest plays that was even turned into a musical. You’ll see the hilarious non-musical version that inspired it!
‘These characters make Big Oak a place you’ll want to visit. In fact, you probably have visited a place like this!’ BC Local News