Location:The Marble Arts Centre, 13 Bridgewater Road
Bonnie and Brad are having a party to raise money for their upcoming wedding—the cost of which has secretly gotten out of control. Their wisecracking Maid of Honour, Dee, is still getting over being left at the altar seven years ago—and now she has to come face-to-face with her ex… Bridezilla Mandy and her doting groom Rob are getting married today—even though their big white tent blew away in last night’s storm. And oh yeah…single dad Jay just found out his entire catering staff is in jail! It’s all happening at the same time, in the same community hall kitchen, in the same small town. Taking place over one eventful Saturday, the two couples strike a deal to share the local hall for their Stag and Doe and Wedding. Past relationships are examined, current couples are put to the test, and new romance blossoms. By turns wildly funny and unexpectedly touching, Stag and Doe offers a look at a distinctly rural Canadian prenuptial tradition…and shines a light on the nature of love, marriage, and weddings.
“Crawford’s script is as snappy and crisp as a well-written TV sitcom. The laughs come fast and furiously and often. It is a rousing, rural wedding farce… an enthusiastic standing ovation.”
-Waterloo Regional Record