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"The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls."

- Pablo Picasso

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Regent Theatre, Picton
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Memories

Scenes from past Domino seasons:


Graham Banville, Garrett McCrea, Hannah Smith, Oliver Parkins, Douglas Conners, Robert McMahon, Terry Wade, Damien Schaefer, Lyndsay Byrne, Barry Yuen, Sarah Knight

Five Years Ago:In the fall of 2016 Domino produced the Agatha Christie favourite And Then There Were None> Above from left to right: Graham Banville, Garrett McCrea, Hannah Smith, Oliver Parkins, Douglas Conners, Robert McMahon, Terry Wade, Damien Schaefer, Lyndsay Byrne, Barry Yuen and Sarah Knight.

Fifteen Years Ago: The second production of Domino's 2006-2007 season was Artichoke, by Joanna M. Glass. Standing from left: Zoe Kenneally, Peter Lovett and Gary Smith. In front: Jennifer Kenneally and (on the floor) Phil Perrin.




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