October 23 – November 11, 2018 - Neptune's Scotiabank Stage
A darkly comedic new musical about a group of homosexual prisoners interred in a WWII Nazi concentration camp in 1943. Crammed into isolated barracks suffering through hard labour and torture beyond anything imaginable, these men find strength through art by secretly produced a cabaret. Through the characters they create, they use wit, talent and art as a way to survive, hold on to their identity, and maintain a sense of humanity. Based on historic truths and inspired by actual events and people.
Book by Jamie Bradley Music & Lyrics by GaRRy Williams (Won 2019 Merritt Award)
Director - Sam Rosenthal (Nominated for 2019 Merritt Award) Set Designer – Sean Mulcahy (Nominated for 2019 Merritt Award) Costume Designer – Helena Marriott Lighting Designer – Leigh Ann Vardy (Won 2019 Merritt Award) Sound Designer – Michael Doherty (Nominated for 2019 Merritt Award) Musical Director – Tara Scott (Won 2019 Merritt Award) Choreographer – Veronique Mackenzie (Won 2019 Merritt Award) Fight Director/Assistant Intimacy Director - Matt Richardson Intimacy Director/Assistant Fight Director - Siobhan Richardson Stage Manager – June Zinck Assistant Stage Manager – Olivia McGinn Assistant Director - Emily Jewer Assistant Musical Director - Avery Brennan
Josh Doig (Nominated for 2019 Merritt Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (male)) Jamie Bradley & GaRRy Williams were nominated for 2019 Merritt Award for Outstanding New Play by a Nova Scotian KAMP won Most Outstanding Production at the 2019 Merritt Awards
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