|Date:||Sunday, July 14, 2019|
|Location:||Cameco Capitol Arts Centre (20 Queen St., Port Hope)|
|Cost:||$38/adult, $30/child 12 & under|
A play so touching, powerful and celebratory it may change your outlook on life. In this humorous and heartbreaking piece, career-obsessed journalist Mitch reunites with his past-teacher Morrie, who is battling Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS). This reconnection soon becomes both a weekly pilgrimage and a life-affirming ritual that enables Morrie to teach his final and most important lesson – how to live. This hit story about friendship and the necessity of mentors is a rare gem that is both moving and entertaining.
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