The above is the title of the current play at Victoria Playhouse in Victoria-by-the-sea, Prince Edward Island.
The village of Victoria is tiny, but truly beautiful, picturesque, and utterly charming, with many small older houses amidst abundant vegetation on its quiet streets, with lots of tourists out for a stroll by the sea.
The playhouse itself is an ideal venue - renovated a few years ago, comfortably air-conditioned, and just the right size (seats about 150, I'd say). Tickets are only $25.
The sets are wonderful, as are the actors, all of them.
However, the play itself is a mess - clichés piled high, no plot to speak of, and much adolescent humor; moreover, the topic of pregnancy and childbirth is presented in the way it would be in a high school play, with everyone panicking around the hysterical mother-to-be; kind of insulting, and neither true-to-life nor funny in the least.
Nothing else in the play rings true.
So by all means, visit Victoria-by-the-sea and the Playhouse.
But avoid this play if possible - wait until something else is on.
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