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Old Love – HLT

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Mark Bishop and Anna Baird, cast members of the Howick Little Theatre’s last production for 2023, Old Love, by comic playwright Norm Foster join PJ in the studio.
It’s described as ‘a timeless comedy about hope, broken hearts, rekindled romance, and how it’s never too late to take a second chance on love’.
Bud Mitchell, portrayed by Mark Bishop, is smitten with Molly Graham from the first time he meets her. Molly, played by Anna Baird, barely notices him.
And the trouble is, they’re both already married at the time. Nearly three decades later, the now-divorced Bud discovers that Molly’s husband has died, so he makes up his mind to finally convince her that they belong together.
Tracey Holdsworth is thrilled to be directing Old Love: “I have to admit, I’m a bit of a hopeless romantic, so the chance to direct such a wonderful romantic comedy about hope and the quest for love was something I jumped at.”
The HLT season of Old Love runs from November 11 to December 2, with tickets available at www.hlt.nz/love or iTICKET on 09 361 1000.

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