Ten Lost Years is a collective-style play, written by Jack Winter and Cedric Smith, telling the true stories of people who lived in Canada during The Great Depression. Based on the critically-acclaimed book by Barry Broadfoot, Ten Lost Years uses music from the era, coupled with the touching genuine stories to provide a remarkable understanding of the struggles Canadians were faced with during The Depression.
JUST THE FACTS:
Written By: Cedric Smith, Jack Winter and Terry Jones
Additional: Based on the book by Barry Broadfoot
Licensing By: Playwrights Guild of Canada, firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Lawrence College, ON, 2007
Canadian Tour, 1974