The Comedy of Errors and Richard III

Archive for June, 2013

Ready for some more magic?

Photo by Michael Holmes-Lauder

Photo by Michael Holmes-Lauder

There may be a few clouds in the sky, but the weather looks like it’s coming over to our side. That day full of sun will surely put you in the mood for some spectacular live theatre.

Don’t forget that Odell park acts like a giant umbrella, with all those trees, and a little bit of rain causes this truly magical mist to rise in the woods. It’s really quite beautiful, and our spirits love running around in it.

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Opening Night, 2.0!

Photo by Michael Holmes-Lauder

Photo by Michael Holmes-Lauder

A little rain can’t stop this Tempest!
What, did you think we’re made of sugar?
The forecast calls for little to no rain, which means the show is on tonight!

Prince Ferdinand’s giving the thumbs-up, indicating that all systems are go.

Come on out to Odell park to see the show. We didn’t get to perform last night, so we’ve got an extra portion of pent-up acting for you to enjoy.

 


Back in Action Tonight

After last night’s washout, we hope to be back in action with performances Saturday and Sunday nights. Think dry thoughts, and see you at the park!


It’s not the end of the world!

Photo by Michael Holmes-Lauder

Photo by Michael Holmes-Lauder

The show may be cancelled tonight, but don’t pout like our woodland-spirit! There are still eight more chances to see Odell park transformed into a brave new world!
Keep an eye on the weather,  bookmark this website, like our Facebook page, or follow us on twitter to stay informed!


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Publicity stunts!

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Photo by Tilly Jackson

You may have noticed some brave spirits passing out hand bills downtown, seen the artwork lovingly hand-chalked by our publicity spirits lining Fredericton’s fine sidewalks, or heard the sounds and sweet airs being generated by satisfied bardfans’ word of mouth. Now it’s your chance to see the spectacle! Tonight is our second preview, and your chance to help us figure out audience movements and scene transitions.
How’s that for interactive theatre!

And yes. We do our own stunts.


Post-preview Picaroons

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We just finished a phenomenal preview performance in front of 45 diehard bardfans! Exhausted, and covered in mud, we made our way to a local watering hole, only to be met by our own poster hung prominently, with pride.


Ready for a preview?

Photo by Michael Holmes-Lauder

Because we are! Come tonight to help give us an idea of how to move our audiences through the show in the most efficient manner, and we’ll give you a discounted ticket price.

Not a bad deal, right?