Margaret Trudeau to debut autobiographical production, Certain Woman of an Age, in Chicago on Mother’s Day weekend
By Neil MossMar. 11, 2019
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Margaret Trudeau, right, will hit the stage for an autobiographical production in May. She is pictured here back in 2017 with her daughter-in-law Sophie Grégoire Trudeau preparing a turkey during during the Christmas holidays. Photograph courtesy of Facebook
Margaret Trudeau will take the stage on Mother’s Day weekend to share the story of her life.
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