For an art form that has lasting value, live performance is very under appreciated. I will certainly cherish this experience. Thanks for giving the tickets!

Below is a response from our ticket winner to Bygone Theatre’s production of Doubt: A Parable. I have heard through the grape vines that they have the next production in the planning stage already, so keep an eye on this blog and on their website for updates!

P.S. We have another ticket giveaway in the works. Look out for an announcement on Monday for your chance to win!

“I have never seen live performance for such an intimate audience and I felt really lucky to have been part of the audience. I rarely go to the theatre and never in such an intimate performance, so it felt totally unreal.

It was obvious so much work went into this show. The choir sang in the balcony above, so no one was really expecting music to suddenly come from behind. It felt like being immersed into the story. I felt like an invisible observer involved in something that was real. As the story unfolded, I felt myself getting emotional and drawn into the drama.

The play made me reflect on how devastating accusations of this kind can be in reality, and how easy it is to become suspicious. Even at the end, I can not be sure who is telling the truth.

Attending the performance was a special treat; I was entertained and it got me thinking about this type of situation in real life. It was an impressive performance. I really appreciated how multi-talented the cast were, how much effort goes into putting a play together, and how rewarding it is to see a play acted out live. By giving their time to put this piece together for a small audience, I in turn felt engaged and rewarded.

For an art form that has lasting value, live performance is very under appreciated. I will certainly cherish this experience. Thanks for giving the tickets!” ~ Sarah Wong


Sarah Wong is a student studying photography at Ryerson University. She is a keen learner and lover of the arts. As well, she is passionate about social justices causes and is always eager to serve the needs of her community and church.