Six Stories, Opening on Thursday!

SIX STORIES, TOLD AT NIGHT opens this Thursday. That doesn’t seem entirely real.

But the show’s in great shape.  Right now, it sits at a comfortable eight minutes below the time cut-off. The costumes look amazing. The set’s built. We’ve found all the props. We’ve run the sound/lighting cues at Theatre Passe Muraille – and the venue managers have greenlighted all of our fight scenes and intimacy choreography.

The playwright and set, outside Theatre Passe Muraille!

And ohhhhh, my friends. That moment. That moment, when the theatre was still in blackout, and everything was still—that moment when the first notes of the Six Stories theme played over TPM’s sound system—

Isaiah Kolundzic, our Trickster.

It was freaking awesome.

So what I’m saying is, we’re ready. We’re so ready.

Alexandra Milne plays Joëlle.

Why am I nervous?

Because it feels like stepping off a cliff, I guess. It’s here, it’s really happening, people are really coming to see our show. This one story made of many stories that grew from scratches in a notebook to…all of this.

Our trio of actors, left to right: Isaiah Kolundzic, Alexandra Milne, and Blythe Haynes.

But anyway. There’s a podcast coming on Wednesday, so I don’t want to repeat myself too much. For now…

Here’s the link for tickets. And also, our schedule:

Thanks, everyone. Your support means the world to us.

KT

What I’m Listening to this Week

The Ralph Vaughan Williams streak continues, this time with “Five Variants of ‘Dives and Lazarus.’” I love the richly bowing strings, the way it sometimes feels nearly like Elgar…

 

 

Posted on July 2, 2018, in Writing and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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