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The Road to Jerusalem – Finding Rooster’s Voice

JOHNNY: I got pockets full of promises off you chisellers. ‘Lend us a tenner, Rooster.’ ‘I’ll pays you later, Roost.’ ‘Here’s a DVD of Top Gun. Remains of the fucking Day.’ There has to be rules. Two weeks back, your bother Daffy comes round here, tried to buy three grams of whizz with a tortoise.…

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The Road to Jerusalem – Designing Rooster’s Forest

“The forest is a haven for some of our characters, but for the general public it’s a wasteland, a dumping ground.” Set designer Nick Blais is speaking about the backdrop for Jerusalem. The play takes place in a wooded area in the British countryside, where Johnny “Rooster” Byron squats in an old, dilapidated trailer. Blais…

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Bringing My Show to Edinburgh

  It’s midway through the festival. I’ve performed my show maybe fifteen times, and I won’t have a break for a while. I’m alone, it’s cold, and I’m standing near my venue holding flyers with my face on them. I’m trying to charmingly entice strangers into talking to me, taking a flyer, and coming to…

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CASTING ANNOUNCEMENT – “Domesticated”

Paul Gross & Martha Burns On Stage Together It is our absolute pleasure to announce that Canadian film and television star, Paul Gross will be returning to his theatre roots to perform in our fall co-production of Domesticated with Canadian Stage, playing November 17th until December 13th at The Berkeley Street Theatre. Paul will play…

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Get To Know The Cast of ‘Belleville’

Belleville rehearsals are under way! But there’s still a couple of weeks until performances begin. Why not pass the time by getting to know our cast better by watching some of their previous performances? Our talented and accomplished cast have many credits to choose from, so we’ve helped you narrow your choice down by suggesting…

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