Comedic play winding down at Upper Canada Playhouse

In this photo by Brian Young and provided by the Upper Canada Playhouse, Barney Cashman enters a room in a scene from Last of the Red Hot Lovers. The comedic play is on at the playhouse until Aug. 28, 2016. (Brian Young via Newswatch Group)

MORRISBURG – A comedic play, which opened on Broadway in the late 60s, is winding down at the Upper Canada Playhouse.

The venue on County Road 2 in Morrisburg has been hosting playwright Neil Simon’s Last of the Red Hot Lovers since Aug. 4, 2016 and will be concluding next Sunday (Aug. 28).

The story follows Barney Cashman during the sexual revolution of the 1960s and his search for adventure outside his marriage.

But when he has affairs with three different women using his mother’s New York City apartment for a backdrop, it all ends with “hilarious and disastrous results.”

For more information on times and availability you can call the playhouse at 1-877-550-3650.

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