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Toronto: Audrey Dwyer’s “Come Home – The Legend of Daddy Hall” begins streaming on May 30

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Come Home - The Legend of Daddy Hall written and directed by Audrey Dwyer, starts streaming in Tarragon Acoustic starting May 30! Please let us know if you're interested in interviews or reviews for this production. Come Home - The Legend of Daddy Hall is the final production from Tarragon's Acoustic 2020-21 season. 

Come Home - The Legend of Daddy Hall
A Tarragon Acoustic Production in association with PlayMe Podcast's Laura Mullin and Chris TolleyMay 30 - June 13, 2021 (listen anywhere, anytime)

Written and directed by Audrey Dwyer. Music by Spy Dénommé-Welch, Catherine Magowan and Audrey Dwyer. Music direction by Catherine Magowan. Instruments recorded at Unsettled Scores' studio and featuring Spy Dénommé-Welch on guitars and banjo, and Catherine Magowan on flute and bassoon. Featuring Jesse Clark, Conlin Dalbaere-Sawchuk, Beau Dixon, Starr Domingue, Sierra Holder, Nicole Joy-Fraser, Allan Louis and Jackie Richardson

When John Hall is awakened by the ghosts of his ancestors, he is forced to revisit the story of his entire life. As his young grandaughter Billie tries to keep him from death's grip, she is confronted by truths she would never have imagined. Based on true events, Come Home - The Legend of Daddy Hall is told through poetic text, music and song.

Audrey Dwyer was the Urjo Kareda Artist in Residence at Tarragon Theatre in 2018-19 and was also the Assistant Artistic Director. She is currently the associate artistic director of the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre.