Courtenay Little Theatre presents one-woman play reading

Another Home Invasion stars local actor Kirstin Humphreys

On Feb. 17, Courtenay Little Theatre will feature “an intimate one-woman play about an older woman dealing with fear and absence.”

Directed by Gail Limber, Another Home Invasion, written by award-winning Canadian playwright Joan McLeod, stars local actor Kirstin Humphreys.

The elderly Jean lives with her declining husband in their North Vancouver home when something unusual happens. This is Jean’s story and she is “one woman” worth knowing.  The play is approximately 70 minutes in length.

Admission to this special presentation, which is open to CLT members and non-members, is by donation at the door at CLT’s Space (1625 McPhee Ave.).   There will be a Meet and Greet at 7 p.m., followed by the play reading at 7:15. Seating is limited and these events are always popular.  Membership in CLT is $15 for an adult, $5 for students, $20 for a family annually and will be available at the meeting.  For more info, see


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