'Tis the season for apprentice projects! Our last mainstage production closed, and now our apprentices are busier than ever, getting their artistic projects onto the stage. First up is Evan Frayne, winner of the Sam Payne Award for Most Promising Newcomer at the Jessie Awards, with his adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, THE VERONA PROJECT.
The Verona Project: an adaptation of Romeo and Juliet
adapted and directed by Evan Frayne
June 29-July 2
Tickets $11.50 in advance or PWYC at the door
For tickets: call 604.731.5518 or buy online
The Verona Project is an unflinching, streamlined adaptation of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. Adapted by the director, Evan Frayne and the ensemble, The Verona Project looks to explore the story of the young lovers through their relationships with family and friends; the community of Verona.
Featuring: Aslam Husain as Romeo and Susan Coodin as Juliet.
With: Scott Button, Alison Chisholm, Chris Cook, Rhys Finnick, Mack Gordon, Phil Miguel, Maryanne Renzetti, Kaitlin Williams & Troy Anthony Young.
Crew: Anthony Liam Kearns (Stage Management), Lauchlin Johnston (Set Design) Crystal Dodding (Lighting Design), Lois Dawson (Sound Design), Carolyn Rapanos (Props Master) and Anna Hargott (Costume Design), Mishelle Cuttler (Composer, Musical Director, Piano), David Kaye(Drums), Clara Shandler(Cello), Benjamin Whipple (Bass).