I hear the train a’ comin’
Check out some photo highlights of a show performed by local youth.
James Barrett and Keira Clarke play a father and daughter in Gros Morne Summer Music’s “All Aboard.” Written and directed by Ian Locke, the play, which opened Thursday, features students in the Graham Academy’s musical theatre program. “All Aboard” plays at the Historic Train Site in Corner Brook every Thursday and Friday in August at 3 p.m. and 4:15 p.m.
Morgan Shaw of Ottawa was one of a number of people who took in “All Aboard” at the Historic Train Site in Corner Brook on Thursday. The Gros Morne Summer Music show takes the audience onboard the trains at the site. With two scenes running at the same time the audience rotates through the set. Seated behind Shaw is Dick Tiller of Halifax, who is originally from Corner Brook.
Maxwell Pittman (left) and Logen Butt play conductors in Gros Morne Summer Music’s “All Aboard.” The boys greet audience members and punch their tickets before leading them through the trains.
Maria Veitch, a train passenger in Gros Morne Summer Music’s “All Aboard,” listens as fellow passenger Charlotte Guy sings during a scene in the dining car of the Newfie Bullet.
Owen Maggs plays guitar during a scene in “All Aboard” in the caboose at the Historic Train Site in Corner Brook.