"John Ferguson"

“John Ferguson” by St. Ervine Ferguson, directed by Jennie Hamilton, is CAT’S Season Opener again this year. It is an urgent and powerful tale of faith and fear in a time of crisis. It is set in a rundown farmhouse in County Down, in the 1880’s where John Ferguson lives by the word of God and believes there is a reason for everything. The Ferguson family are on the brink of eviction from their farm when a local man makes a proposal that could be the answer to their prayers, but as a series of devastating events unfold, the Fergusons find themselves tested to their limits. “John Ferguson” was first performed at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin in 1915, establishing Ervine as one of Ireland’s greatest writers. This very poignant play, will run June 7-23, 2019, Fri/Sat at 8:00pm., and Sunday Matinee at 3:00pm. $15.00 for Seniors, Students, Military, Disabled, $18.00 General

“REVIEWS“ ... a powerful work” ~ Robbie Lumsden 

“ ... a long-neglected masterpiece of Irish theatre; a family 

tragedy of crippling debt and financial exploitation to which 

modern times have given a new relevance and meaning”
~ Sarah Marsh, WhatsOnStage 

~ Additional Parking is allowed across the street at the Calvary Lutheran Church south side parking lot. (Church on 54th.) The church in the middle of the block with the tall steeple.