Kiss The Moon Kiss The Sun

Mar 5
Mar 22, 2020

Robert, a thirty-five year old man with the mental capacity of a child, meets Holly, a pregnant young woman in crisis. Against all odds and amidst great uncertainty, the two bond and an unexpected family is born Norm Foster’s Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun provides a perfect blend of drama and comedy while reminding us that sometimes goodbye is just a new beginning.

Written Norm Foster & directed by Josee Duffhues


Candy is a hard-working mother of two, wife, business owner and lover of the theatre.  She recently portrayed Cookie in LLT’s production of Rumors.  Candy is always excited to be involved in the theatre and is honoured to have been given such an important role in this production.

Jesse is thrilled to be back for his fourth show at Ladysmith Little Theatre, which he considers his second home! He is honoured to be working on this show with such an amazing cast and crew. He hopes you enjoy the show as much as he did working on it!

Since joining the Ladysmith Little Theatre two years ago, my love of theatre, which started back in high school, has been reignited. I feel very honoured and privileged to have the opportunity to play Claire in this production.  Thank you to Josee Duffhues and to all my wonderful, talented cast mates.

'Excited and happy' describes Greg's involvement in Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun.  He recently stage-managed The Importance of Being Earnest in Cedar and is pleased to be back at LLT with this wonderful cast and crew.  A big thank you to his wife, Cheryl, for her unyielding support and encouragement.

A familiar presence on the LLT stage, Vic’s appeared in many productions over the past 7 years. Highlights include: Our Town, Man of La Mancha, and most recently, The Dining Room. He’s truly delighted to be working with old friends and new in this production. A tip of the hat to his lovely wife and director, Josee.


Josee enjoys occasionally acting, but admits she loves directing most, previously bringing The Normal Heart and The Kitchen Witches to our stage. She’s thrilled to direct Norm Foster’s beautiful play about friendship, loss, love, and courage to this stage, and is deeply grateful for her terrific cast and outstanding production team.

Mary Lou has been active at Ladysmith Little Theatre for a number of years, backstage and on stage as well as directing.  It is once again a great pleasure to be part of a production with so many enthusiastic and talented people who make the theatre magic happen.

Mike has enjoyed his first producing role and wishes to thank his incredible Director, Josee, who has guided and assisted him immeasurably, and the awesome cast and crew for their patience and hard work.  Mike also thanks his husband Ted for his love & support. Thank you, Bill J .