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Law of the Land
Date: July 24, 2018 - August 26, 2018
Time: Starting: 6:30 PM
Admission: See Website for Ticket Options
Location: Caravan Farm Theatre
4886 Salmon River Road
Armstrong, BC
Phone: (866) 546-8533
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Frequency: Recurring weekly on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Time: 6:30 PM
Price: See Website for Ticket Options

Here in beautiful BC, the Grand Opening of the Black Creek Coal Fired Thermal Generating Power Plant is one day away. The Energy Minister and a delegation from Russia, China, and the USA have descended to tour the plant (and do a little hunting on the side). But some folks are not happy about it: Clara’s ranch sits right next door, and she isn’t moving, even though her ranch hands have long since gone to work for the new plant. Hattie the scientist is worried about fluorine levels but no one is listening. Brenda the police officer is busy unravelling a terrorist plot, while Beaver, Cougar, and Deer are having nervous breakdowns. It’s a recipe for a referendum! Add two luckless ranch hands, the Lone Ranger, and a wily old Coyote with a plan…. and you get an Energy Crisis of epic proportions.

A fast-paced musical farce about energy projects, set in a fictional BC town – a place where cowboys fall in love with environmentalists, crows wax philosophical, and the animals put man on trial. First produced in 1982, Law of the Land is a Caravan Classic, featuring the company’s trademark blend of mask, music, physical comedy, and political satire.

**Gates at 6:30 p.m., event at 7:30 p.m. 

STARRING! Maria Alexis, Raymond Alexis, Peter Anderson*, Elizabeth Barrett, Colin Heath*, Randi Helmers*, Elinor Holt*, Aren Okemaysim, Karin Randoja, James Fagan Tait* & Naomi Vogt

FEATURING! Jay Burr on Tuba, Matti Pulkki on Accordion, Ajineen Sagal* on Fiddle & Sheldon Valleau on Trombone & Bass Ukulele

* “The participation of these Artists are arranged by the permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association under the provisions of the Dance•Opera•Theatre Policy (DOT).”