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Introducing Creepy & Little Manson’s cast
Eastern Front Theatre is happy to announce the cast of EFT’s next production, Michael Melski’s play Creepy & Little Manson, playing in the Neptune Studio Theatre March 31st to April 10th, 2016.
“It’s my great pleasure to introduce the three very talented actors who will be bringing this play to life,” says Artistic Producer Jeremy Webb. “The auditions only highlighted to director Melski and myself that the Atlantic provinces are rich with incredible talent. Michael had a few tough choices to make, but I am thrilled with the line-up.”
John Dartt plays legendary Canadian bank robber Alvin ‘Creepy’ Karpis, contemporary of Capone and Dillinger, the longest serving inmate at Alcatraz who is now desperate to be deported and released back to his native land.
Francine Deschepper plays Dr. Alice Ridgeway, a troubled prison psychiatrist at McNeil Island Penitentiary who is responsible for examining and assessing inmates.
Alexander Purdy plays the young Charles Manson, petty criminal and aspiring musician in his early 20’s, at a crossroads in his life when he might have chosen a path other than mass murder.
We are so pleased to welcome these three Maritime based actors to EFT as we continue to support Atlantic Canadian artists. Two veterans of the stage will be joined by Alexander Purdy, an exciting young newcomer, to create a powerful dynamic in this dark thriller from celebrated writer/director Michael Melski.
CREEPY & LITTLE MANSON
March 31 – April 10, 2016
Neptune’s Scotiabank Studio Theatre
1593 Argyle Street, Halifax, NS
Eastern Front’s 2015-16 Season
Eastern Front Theatre’s 23rd season includes new plays from Wendy Lill and Michael Melski; the return of the Stages Theatre Festival, showcasing a cross-section of Atlantic Canada’s most exciting theatre artists and companies; and the annual Hali-Wood Squares comedy event. In brief, the 2015-16 season includes:
October 29 – November 8, 2015
Could Canada have led the war on climate change? What happens when you fall on the wrong side of the power equation? Messenger tells the story of a family torn apart by the politics of global warming.
March 4, 2016
A plethora of Hali-famous panelists participate in a live comedy event and trivia game show where audience members can sit back and enjoy or take part as a contestant.
March 31 – April 10, 2016
Inside a prison in the 1960s, a hardened criminal fears that his guitar student, a young inmate named Charlie Manson, might be hiding an inner darkness of which few people are aware.
June 15-26, 2016
The Stages Theatre Festival will once again put East coast stories and artists in the spotlight through a variety of productions, play-readings, and workshops.