by Beverley Cooper

Innocence Lost is a riveting take on the Steven Truscott criminal case that follows the events prior to the murder, the subsequent trial and conviction, and a decades-long crusade to have the verdict overturned and Truscott’s name cleared. Still within living memory of many of the baby-boom generation, this is the story that rocked the country for decades, and set in motion seismic changes to the criminal justice system in Canada. Recommended for age 14 and up. Mature themes. Produced by special arrangement with Playwrights Guild of Canada

Estimated Running time: 2 hours and 30 minutes

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Ticket Prices
Regular Tickets - $24
Senior & Student Tickets - $20
Group Rate Ticket - $19

Show Times
March 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23 and 24, 2023 at 8:00pm
March 12, 19 and 25, 2023 at 2:00pm
Join us for a Wine and Cheese reception after the March 10th performance.
Valary Cook - Director & Set Designer (photo courtesy of Village Players)
Linda Brent - Producer
Theo Plant - young Steven, Sarah's son
Tara Hawley - Sarah
Monique Bourgeois - Mother
Alisha Fonseka - Ensemble
Tim Gernstein - Ensemble
Farzana Islam - Ensemble
Lydia Kiselyk - Isabel LeBourdais
Lara Paquin - Lynne Harper and Ensemble
Mark Rittinger - Hobbs, Dr.Penistan, Harold Graham
Susan Sanders - Doris
Kevin Shaver - Fathers, Hays, Stoner
Caleb Upshaw - Judge, Rev. Bagnell, Ensemble
Rhonda Upshaw - Ensemble
Sidnei Auler - Stage Manager, Sound Designer
Sandy Robb - Assistant Stage Manager
Karen Brown & Paul Harris - Lighting Designers
Andra Bradish - Costume Designer
Nat Hewson - Costume Assistant
Doug Kibodeaux - Head Carpenter
Val Lusted, Evan MacDonald, Rick MacDonald, - Props Team
Betty Jackson - Set Decor
Julie Adams - FOH & Production Photography
Karen Koenig - Set painting
June Watkins - Sound Operator
George Muresano - Lighting Operator