Omer Grimes has been trying to see what’s under Nadine’s overalls since far too soon after her late husband Ray passed away. But Ray’s gone now and Omer does have a certain charm...if you look hard enough. Besides, Ray left Nadine with an antique store in Rosewood that she never once wanted any part of. So if Omer comes in handy, it’s really Ray’s fault. Besides, there’s more to life than just Omer. There’s Essie-Mae Beck who does Shiatzu massage and we all know what that means. There’s Len Morris and Chester and the ghost of Alvin Pugh. And there’s Old Jeeter Collins, collector of exquisite fine china, with his prize-winning pig farm just north of Spruce Hills.
Winner of the Best Production of a New Canadian Play Award at the 2022 Eastern Ontario Drama League One-Act Play Festival in Lindsay.
Judie Preece is marvelous. Audiences are going to fall in love with Nadine.
"I like the rhythm of an old typewriter, especially once you really get going, and I like all the sounds that it makes. Real sounds. Mechanical sounds. I like the feel of the keys. I like the anticipation that builds as you wait for the bell and the satisfying lurch of the carriage return."