The Sea Horse plays at Clarke

Arts Club Theatre’s production of The Sea Horse will be playing at the Clarke Theatre March 7.

Set on the coast of northern B.C., the show centers around hard-bitten Gertie (Kerry Davidson), who owns The Sea Horse, a run-down waterfront bar. She has seen it all until Harry (Daryl King) enters the picture. He is a seaman of limited means, but unlimited dreams. The two are both attracted and repelled by one another in this stormy romance filled with humour and drama.

“This beautiful and moving tale is my favourite kind of love story — set in a waterfront bar,” says director Sarah Rodgers. “I am so excited to work with this pair of actors; the fiery and funny Kerry Davidson, who possesses that rare combination of great depth and great comedy, and Daryl King, a hot, upcoming actor whose raw and exciting work with Main Street Theatre has garnered him several Jessie nominations and many fans.”

The Sea Horse was written by Edward J. Moore For tickets or more information visit www.artsclub.com or call the Clarke Theatre at 1-877-299-1644.

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