BLACK BOX MONTREAL & SCOTCH AND COOKIES THEATRE
ARTHUR C. CLARKE’S HOW WE WENT TO MARS
Adapted for the stage by Elizabeth Cano
Directed by Bruce Lambie
A satire of science fiction pulps of the 20s and 30s, by one of the masters of the genre, Arthur C. Clarke, "How We Went to Mars" presents a fictional (and highly unlikely) book tour, describing the Snoring-In-The-Hay Rocket Society's trip to the Red Planet. Books will be available for purchase and autograph after each show.
Featuring the talents of Chris Nachaj (Obsession: Tales From Edgar Allen Poe) as Charles Willis. Directed by Bruce Lambie (Speak Truth to Power: Voices from Beyond the Dark), and adapted for the stage by Elizabeth Cano (Shades of Grey, 2009 St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe).
Mainline Theatre, 3997 St-Laurent
(South of Duluth)
Dates & Times: Wed. Nov. 30 to Sat. Dec. 3 at 9:30 p.m.,
Sun. Dec 4. at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $12 or $20 with admission to
Robin Hood Redux: There Will Be Tights
Reservations: 514-849-3378 or visit http://mainlinetheatre.ca/
Considering Elizabeth Cano shamelessly plagiarized the script for Shades of Grey from obscure episodes of The Twilight Zone ("The Lonely", "A Most Unusual Camera", and "The Obsolete Man"), I'd be really curious to see if they obtained permission from Arthur C. Clarke's estate to stage this.ReplyDelete