The Door You Came In
A play by David Macfarlane and Doug Cameron
Sunday, November 10
2 to 4 pm
About the event
An extraordinary two-man performance of spoken word and song, The Door You Came In tells the story of a Newfoundland family and the war that changed it forever. Author David Macfarlane and musician Douglas Cameron collaborate in this remarkable production based on Macfarlane’s memoir, The Danger Tree: Memory, War, and the Search for a Family’s Past.
About David Macfarlane
David Macfarlane is a Toronto-based journalist, playwright and novelist. Macfarlane’s best-selling Newfoundland family memoir, The Danger Tree (2000), was greeted with international acclaim. His most recent novel, The Figures of Beauty (2013), won the Bressani Literary Prize.
About Douglas Cameron
Douglas Cameron is a musician,composer and two-time Juno nominee who has been performing in Canada for over four decades. As a composer for television his credits include shows on Showtime, HGTV, Bravo, CBC, Treehouse and HBO.
This event is free with the general admission. To attend, please RSVP below.