The First Snowfall

The First Snowfall

by Kelly Rebar

November 30– December 16, 1984

I don’t know anything. Except if it has to do with my own world, and for all its size, this place is… so small.
The First Snowfall

A whimsical look at the lives, relationships and dreams of a family over four generations – a deeply poetic comedy set in motion through memories evoked by the first snowfall.

Playwright: Kelly Rebar
Director: Raymond Storey
Cast: Marianne Copithorne, Anne McGrath, Susan Sneath and Robert Winslow Composer: George Blondheim Production Designer: Daniel van Heyst Technical Director: Alastair Elliot Stage Manager: Sylvia Betts Sound Designer: Reiner Piehl Sound Operator: Brad Pettigrew



November 30– December 16, 1984

Opening November 30




Marianne is delighted to be able to return to Theatre Network and collaborate with this fabulous team of creative artists on Hannah Moscovitch’s WHAT A YOUNG WIFE OUGHT TO KNOW. Previous directing credits with Theatre Network include COMMUNION by Daniel MacIvor, CHOKE by Cathleen Rootsaert, THE WOMAN IN BLACK by Stephen Mallatratt, and PERFECT PIE, PALACE OF THE END and HABITAT by Judith Thompson. Marianne is currently Artistic Director of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, and will celebrate her eleventh year in that position this coming summer. She is a graduate of the BFA Acting and MFA Directing programs at the University of Alberta, and teaches Theatre Arts students acting at Grant MacEwan University. Much love and thanks to Bradley Moss.