Friday, 28 October 2016
Tuesday, 25 October 2016
|Nathan Schmidt and Andrew Cooper face off in An Inspector Calls. Photo by Morris Ertman.|
Interestingly, I was involved in another production of this play and every time I heard that line I assumed the playwright was making reference to the Day of Judgment – burning lakes of fire and all that. Now I hear it differently. The play is set just before the start of World War I and was written in the midst of WWII… and in rehearsals we talked about those connections. Now when I hear it, it’s more along those lines – how our actions and interactions have consequences in the here and now.
Tickets are still available for this weekend's performances of 'An Inspector Calls'. It's your last chance to experience this revelatory piece of theatre that keeps audiences on their toes til the curtain falls. For ticket availability and more information, visit rosebudtheatre.com.
Tuesday, 4 October 2016
|Nathan Schmidt, Glenda Warkentin, Meghan Hanet, and Troy O'Donnell on set of 'An Inspector Calls'. Photo and Set Design by Carolyn Rapanos.|
|The maquette (or set model) for An Inspector Calls. Photo and Design by Carolyn Rapanos.|
|Nathan Schmidt, Justin Lanouette, Meghan Hanet, Glenda Warkentin, and Troy O'Donnell in An Inspector Calls. Photo and Set Design by Carolyn Rapanos.|