Parish Dunkeld Closes; Leaving Much to Think About Behind

Heather Massie and Dan Patrick Brady

Heather Massie and Dan Patrick Brady

When a show sells out every night and people can’t leave when the curtain comes down because they’re intent on talking about it, you know you’ve got something great.  In the parish of Dunkeld in 1793 Scotland, we recognize all the immense issues that continue to plague society today. Questions of right and wrong, government or private, religious or secular grip the audience as the the people of Dunkeld struggle with their own survival.  Hats off to the actors, writer, director and creative team for creating a big, bold production in our little Jewel Box theater.

Logan Riley Bruner, Robert Meskin and Mick Bleyer

Logan Riley Bruner, Robert Meskin and Mick Bleyer

Jenna Barricklo, Heather Massie, Annalies Loeffler, Mick Bleyer, Richard Kent Green and Jeff Paul

Jenna Barricklo, Heather Massie, Annalies Loeffler, Mick Bleyer, Richard Kent Green and Jeff Paul

Mary Ruth Baggot, Heather Massie and Jenna Barricklo

Mary Ruth Baggot, Heather Massie and Jenna Barricklo

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