Kalei­do­scope The­atre pro­duc­tion ex­plores mother and son re­la­tion­ship

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Kalei­do­scope The­atre is set to de­liver a pow­er­ful per­for­mance in its fall pro­duc­tion of “For the Plea­sure of See­ing Her Again.” ex­plores the bond be­tween mother and son. Todor says it tugs at the heart­strings.

“It is a trib­ute to his mother, who is very in­flu­en­tial in him be­com­ing a play­wright and she died be­fore he had his break­through,” said Todor. “That is where the ti­tle comes from, ‘to see her again,’ to show that he has suc­ceeded.”

She says the play is di­a­logue driven with thought­ful writ­ing.

“It’s her story through­out, a mid­dle-class Cana­dian fam­ily,” said Todor.

‘The words come at you a mile a minute but kind of sucks you in.”

Lee has been in a few Kalei­do­scope pro­duc­tions in­clud­ing Steel Mag­no­lias, Aaron Red­ditt is fresh off 9 to 5.

Todor be­lieves this ap­peal to all kinds of trons.

“I think it would be a great date show and it would be great to go with a par­ent, it could ap­peal to a very wide au­di­ence,” she said.

For the Plea­sure of See­ing Her Again runs Novem­ber 9-11 and 15-17 at 7:30 p.m., with a mati­nee on Novem­ber 12 at 2 p.m. will pa-

Carol Todor... di­rect­ing Kalei­do­scope The­atre’s pro­duc­tion of “For the Plea­sure of See­ing Her Again.”

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