In December, 1904, the schooner Begonia left St. John's for Twillingate Island with a full load of winter provisions. The crew ran into 5 hurricane-force storms which took them further into the cold North Atlantic. This is the story of the fate of the Begonia and her crew, as well as the loved ones left back in Twillingate. The six-member cast of Twillingate Summer Theatre is proud to present this new musical by Newfoundland playwright E. Cameron Stockley at Cameron Hall.
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