By Mark Brownell
Tarragon Spring Arts Fair, The Alleyway Theatre, Buffalo 1998, Alberta Theatre Projects, Calgary 1998
An American, a Quebecois and an English Canadian search for the Holy Grail of table-top hockey: The Hubbard Cup. A lethally comic piece about guys and hockey and the differences between Canadians and Americans and Canadians and Canadiens.
Original Cast: Ed Leefe, Burke Lawrence, David Fraser
“Imagine three guys in hockey pullovers, the American in a Sabres jersey, guy from Toronto in a Leafs jersey, the French-Canadian in a Montreal jersey. It is a sharply performed and directed lethally comic piece about guys and hockey and the differences between Canadians and Americans and Canadians and Canadians, ending in a tabletop hockey game – with the winner gaining bragging rights over all.”