The dates, times and casts for our ever-popular Site-Specific series have been confirmed! This year we are performing three 15-25 minute plays in different locations of downtown Fredericton. Feel free to bring a lawnchair if you wish! Since all performances are outdoors, we are of course limited by the weather on each particular night. While a little rain doesn’t scare us off, a downpour just might. If a performance is rained out partway through, the tickets purchased will be accepted for another night.
Winners of our Site-Specific Competition:
A theatrical scavenger hunt through downtown Fredericton!
July 25, 29, 30 & August 1, 7:30pm
Meet at the Robbie Burns statue on East Side of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery.
John & Libby: River Play by Linda McNutt, directed by Clarissa Hurley
Two strangers meet in front of the Saint John River at flood peak and share facts, jokes, and life lessons in this bittersweet play about the fragility of human interactions.
Tam O’Shanter by Michael Woodside, directed by Jake Martin
The spirit of Robbie Burns conjures temptation for a Fredericton lad and lassie infused with Burns’ favorite spirit on a night pulsing with the sounds of a demon bagpiper.
The Pugilist by Jake Martin, directed by Len Falkenstein
Drunken brawls may be the norm outside the Tannery at closing time on a Friday night, but when a time-travelling boxer shows up demanding a fight, things start to get really punchy.
Check out the “Lineup” tab under “The Festival” for more information on all of our shows!