Set "somewhere in Canada" in 1920, Mary's Wedding offered a simple story about a transplanted city girl who doesn't like the country so much until she meets a pretty farmhand named Charles. Canadian playwright Stephen Massicotte's sweet memory play got a first-class staging, early this year, by this often iffy local company. Heidi Haggerty's charming performance in the title role was matched by Kent Welborn's neatly naïve leading man, both situated on a simple, versatile set by Deb Mather Boehm and nicely directed by theater veteran Carol MacLeod. Theatergoers who'd written off this tiny troupe were pleased to find a simple, simply excellent production on its stage. Here's to more of the same in 2015.