‘The Foursome’ tees off at Surrey Little Theatre

Four college pals reunite over a round of golf in Canadian comedy The Foursome, first up in the Surrey Little Theatre's 2013/14 season.

Four college buddies who are home for a class reunion decide to meet up on the links for a round of golf in the Surrey Little Theatre’s 2013/14 season opener, The Foursome.

The darkly observant Norm Foster comedy, set on the 18 tees of a golf course, follows the four men as they relive old times and catch up on their problems, successes and failures.

Ted (played by Maple Ridge’s John Tabek) is a boozy computer guy with a young trophy wife. Rick (Pitt Meadows’ Chris Carver) is living the good life selling boas in Florida, while Cameron (Brent Cross of Surrey) is worried about everything – his health, his job as a salesman and the fact that his friends are drinking beer on the course. Donny (Surrey’s Harry Pering) has a car full of kids and a wife he loves, and has a life with few surprises.

As they play their way through 18 links, the men’s facades start to unravel and the real life stories begin to unfold.

The show is produced by Mary Renvall, who is also co-stage manager.

The Foursome opens Thursday (Oct. 3) and runs to Oct. 26 at the Surrey Little Theatre 7017 184 Street. Showtimes are Thursday to Saturday at 8 p.m. Sunday matinees are at 2 p.m.

Tickets available online at www.brownpapertickets.com, by email at reservations@Surreylittletheatre.com, or by phone: 604-576-8451.

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