Lawrence Station
Wright Family Foundation Green Lane Trust Township of Southwold Ontario Arts Council

Lawrence Station Location

On October 30, 1941, American Airlines 1/AM7 was enroute from NYC to Chicago. During the leg from Buffalo to Detroit, it crashed in a farmer's field in Lawrence Station, ON, 20 km South of London.

This new play is about the life stories that were instantly altered by the final flight of the Flagship Erie and the loss of 17 passengers and 3 crew members.

Thank You
History Committee members, Ross Burger and Len Lynch, Township of Southwold Council members, Sarah Emons and Justin Pennings, and the township staff, and Ken Howe.

Shedden Tickets
Southwold Keystone
35921 Talbot Line

Fr., Apr. 14 @ 7pm
Sa., April 15 @ 2pm
Sa., April 15 @ 7pm

In Person Tickets:
Township Office
35663 Fingal Line, Fingal
Strathroy Tickets
Gemini Sportsplex
667 Adair Blvd

Sa., Apr. 22 @ 2pm
Sa., Apr. 22 @ 7pm
London Tickets
Manor Park Memorial Hall
11 Briscoe St. W.

Fr., Apr. 28 @ 7:30pm
Sa., Apr. 29 @ 2pm
AA Flagship Erie

Eve Cohen Eve Cohen (Actor)
This is Eve’s debut with AlvegoRoot Theatre company, and she is delighted to be part of the premiere cast for Lawrence Station. A newcomer to Canada, Eve studied theatre at the Beverly Hills Playhouse in Los Angeles. Recent plays include The Dining Room (Theatre Woodstock), Four Weddings and an Elvis (ITOPA), and Human Voices Wake Us (TAP Centre for Creativity). Favourite roles in the US include Gwendolyn Pigeon in The Odd Couple (Parker Arts, Denver), Pam in The Full Monty (Sasquatch Productions, Denver), and Nancy in The Goodbye People (Vintage Theatre, Denver).
Sarah Hagarty Sarah Hagarty (Actor)
Sarah is thrilled to be making her debut with AlvegoRoot Theatre in the premiere production of Lawrence Station. A graduate of the University of Windsor's BFA Acting program, Sarah focuses her artistic practice on the intersection of classical theatre with the contemporary Canadian theatre landscape. Previous work includes Taylor in It Happened During the Quarantine (Third Wheel Theatre), Mrs. Cassilis in The Cassilis Engagement (University Players), and Desdemona in Othello (University Players).
Kydra Ryan Kydra Ryan (Actor)
Kydra Ryan is the Associate Producer and ensemble member of AlvegoRoot Theatre. Her recent AlvegoRoot credits include Her in february: a love story, Hilda La Selva in Gyroscope, Sylvia Slate in Slate Sisters, Co-Playwright/Marie in Sweet Marie, and Playwright/Director of Of Gods and Machines. Her recent Doors Open credits include Director/Playwright of Reimagining London and Co-Writer/Mildred Peel in Miles of Life. She was the Assistant Director for Six Characters in Search of an Author, Timon of Athens, and Don Juan at Fanshawe College. She also writes and performs sketch comedy for episodes of AlvegoRoot's The Manor Park Evening Post
Adam Corrigan Holowitz Adam Corrigan Holowitz (Director)
Adam Corrigan Holowitz works as a dramaturg, director and playwright. Adam is the Founding Artistic Director of AlvegoRoot Theatre Company, which marks its 15th Season in 2023. AlvegoRoot is a theatre dedicated to the development and performance of plays by London and Southwestern Ontario playwrights. Recent productions Adam has directed for AlvegoRoot include: Gyroscope by James Reaney, Slate Sisters (playwright), Harvest by Ken Cameron, The Wind in the Willows (playwright) and The Boy with an R in His Hand (playwright). Adam performed and co-wrote Sweet Marie with Kydra Ryan. Adam holds a BA Honours from York University where he studied Dramaturgy. He is the recipient of The Iris Turcott Memorial Award for dramaturgy from York University.
Len Cuthbert Len Cuthbert (Playwright)
Len is the founding director of Fridge Door Live Theatre Company. His plays have been produced in Canada, US and Europe. During the pandemic, he created Garage Theatre Canada in his garage and hired actors to stage nine of his short plays for stream-on-demand. Those recordings also appeared in the 2021 and 2022 FringeNorth digital festival. His most recent script, 107, was produced at the 2021 London Fringe Festival, 2022 Toronto Fringe Festival and 2022 Newmarket International One Act Festival. His collection of short plays about reunions, Reunited Shorts, was published by Dramatic Publishing in 2020.
Len Cuthbert's scripts are taut and clever. (London Free Press)