Hilda’s Yard

Hilda’s Yard is a heartwarming and comedic play written by Norm Foster. Set in 1956, the play follows the story of the Fluck family who are reunited after many years apart. The Flucks are a typical Canadian family trying to adjust to post-war life, but their lives are turned upside down when their adult children unexpectedly return home. The play explores themes of family dynamics, nostalgia, and the challenges of adapting to change. With witty dialogue, charming characters, and a nostalgic setting, Hilda’s Yard is a delightful play that will leave audiences feeling both entertained and touched by its heartfelt message.

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