Follow . . . follow . . . follow
the magic of the journey
from poetic innocence to worldly wisdom,
from the blindness of youth to the pain of self awareness...
. . . when the moon was young
when the month was May . . .
. . . when the year was 1978
made their first stage appearance at St. Michael's College School.
Janice Power (nee Donovan) and Dave Trafford played the young couple - Luisa and Matt.
Thirty five years later . . . they're back at SMC playing the kids' parents -
Bellomy and Hucklebee.
Janice as "Bell"
"I jumped at Marty Story's offer to join the cast", says Janice. "David and I have been lifelong friends. We grew up around music at St. Mike's."
"This Plum Is Too Ripe"
Janice and Dave
"Luisa & Matt"
It's hard to know which is most important or where it all began.
Dave as "Huck"
"If you can't laugh at yourself then you're missing out on a good time!" says Dave. "And I couldn't bear to miss out on this so here I am playing a cranky, middle aged father."
"Never Say No"
Read on MacDuff!
Sarah Davidson was a budding young talent when she became a member of the musical ensemble in the 1978 SMC production of The Fantasticks. She had already performed with the Toronto Symphony at the age of 14.