An Ottawa Premiere
THE HAIRY APE
A Comedy of Ancient and Modern Life
by Eugene O'Neill
Performances at the Carleton Tavern, 223 Armstrong Street; tickets $25
Saturday, April 18 at 5:00 pm
PLEASE NOTE: Food and drink service available before showtime, during intermission, and post-show. Underage youth are allowed in the Carleton Tavern to see the play.
DIRECTED by Lisa Zanyk
Yank - Donnie Laflamme
Paddy - Louis Lemire
Long - Matt Smith
Mildred Douglas - Laura Hall
Her Aunt/Ensemble - Ellen Manchee
Second Engineer/Ensemble - Brent Rouleau
Secretary of an Organization/Ensemble - Kevin Reid
Ensemble - Jed Rached
Ensemble - Rebecca Laviolette
Ensemble - Madeleine Hall
Ensemble - Darren Jerome
New York City. 1922. Yank has spent his life shovelling coal on an ocean liner. Brutish, powerful and commanding, he knows where he belongs: in the stokehold. But when the daughter of a wealthy industrialist decides to slum it and see life below deck, Yank’s universe changes forever. Unable to forget the way she looked at him, Yank hits the booming streets of New York to seek revenge. With unflinching theatrical force and explosive lyricism, Eugene O’Neill explores the tragedy of a forgotten voice and the perennial human need to belong.
Stage Manager - Alain Chauvin
Musical Score - Matt Smith
Sound and Light Design - Glen Mcintosh
Costume Design - Donna Bourgeault
Properties - Kristen Saar
Box Office - Carole Johnson
Info. at http://www.chambertheatrehintonburg.ca/
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