Some swoony press about PRAIRIE NURSE:

CBC SASKATOON - "A story of welcoming": Play set in late 60's explores stories of nurses who came to Saskatchewan from the Philippines

CBC MORNING SASKATOON - Prairie Nurse explores the life of Filipino nurses in rural Saskatchewan in the 60s.

SHAW TV SASKATOON - "Behind that comedy is a lot of truth"   

NNNN - "Prairie Nurse, a terrific new romantic comedy, would make a great TV pilot. Marie Beath Badian’s comedy of errors about two Filipina nurses in 1960s Saskatchewan is funny but also sheds light on a particular kind of Canadian racism" - Jordan Bimm, NOW MAGAZINE

3 STARS - "...a unique achievement in playwrighting" - Karen Fricker, THE TORONTO STAR

3 STARS - "Prairie Nurse is a mix of culture-clashing chaos and offbeat Canadiana" - Brad Wheeler, THE GLOBE AND MAIL 

"SATIRICALLY BRILLIANT" - TORONTOSTAGE.COM

L to R: Catherine Fitch as Marie Anne Lussier, Belinda Corpuz as Puring Saberon and Isabel Kanaan as Penny Uy. Set Design by Jung-Hye Kim, Costume Design by Anna Treusch, Lighting Design by Jareth Li. Image credit: Josephy Michael Photography.

L to R: Catherine Fitch as Marie Anne Lussier, Belinda Corpuz as Puring Saberon and Isabel Kanaan as Penny Uy. Set Design by Jung-Hye Kim, Costume Design by Anna Treusch, Lighting Design by Jareth Li. Image credit: Josephy Michael Photography.