Saturday, July 29, 2017

Drayton Entertainment’s One for the Pot May Have You Seeing Double

When we arrived at Dunfield Theatre this week and noticed all the doorways on the stage, we knew this show would keep us on our toes. Much like It Runs In The Family that also included Eddie Glen and Amanda Leigh in the cast, this British Farce is truly a comedy of errors, mistaken identities, family lineage and fibs.  One for the Pot is set at the Hardcastle estate during an upscale party. As the party guests arrive you begin to question their reasons for being there.  As the party begins you learn about a sum of money that is about to be distributed, but during the party some unexpected but familiar faces arrive looking for their share of the pot.


Much like Drayton Entertainment’s Harvest you will see an actor playing multiple roles in this production, but you need to keep an eye on who is entering, exiting and hiding on stage to stay focused during the performance. 

One For The Pot is one of the best farces ever written – it’s relentlessly funny, full of outrageous characters, and packed with clever plot twists that keep audiences guessing… and laughing,” says Alex Mustakas, Artistic Director of Drayton Entertainment.  “The show is executed with brilliant comic finesse by a terrific cast of performers – audiences are in for a treat.”

We think One for the Pot would make a great Parents’ Night Out. Be sure to grab you tickets soon!

One for the Pot runs at the Dunfield Theatre Cambridge from July 26 to August 12.  Tickets are $46 for Adults and $27 for Youth under 20 years of age.  Tickets for groups of 20 or more and select Discount Dates are $37.  HST is applicable to all ticket prices.  Tickets can be purchased online at, in person at the Box Office, or by calling 519-621-8000 or toll free at 1-855-DRAYTON (372-9866).

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