For 25 years, a small outdoor theatre company in Millbrook, Ont., has been presenting plays about the region's history. The summer 2016 season for 4th Line Theatre kicked off with ,The Hero of Hunter Street,, which told the story of the fatal explosion and fire at the Quaker Oats factory in Peterborough a century ago. Company founder Robert Winslow, on whose family farm the shows are staged, and actress Monica Dottor explain what the productions mean to them and to the community.
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Aug 30, 2016
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