The Edge Ensemble Theatre Company is back doing live staged reading! We are so excited to be back in a live format at Heberton Hall in the Keene Public Library. Read all about it below and join us September 16-19 to enjoy our staged reading performances.
Death of a Salesman will feature Damien Licata as Willy Loman, Kim Dupuis as Linda Loman, Mark DiPietro as Biff Loman, Scott Aronowitz as Happy Loman, Peter Eisenstadter as Charley, Kenzie Yelin as The Woman, Jason Cook as Uncle Ben, Charlotte Traas as Ms. Forsythe, Jenny Holan as Jenny, Heather Herring as Letta, Tristan Shawley as Bernard, Howard, and Stanley, and Catherine Behrens as the narrator.
A View from the Bridge will feature Damien Licata as Eddie Carbone, Kim Dupuis as Linda Loman, Ruby Dupuis-Morrison as Catherine, Jackson Hogan as Rudolpho, Jason Cook as Marco, James Duffy as Alfieri, Peter Eisenstadter as Louie, Scott Aronowitz as Mike, and Catherine Behrens as the narrator.
Both plays are directed by Kim Dupuis, assistant directed and stage managed by Marla Stefflre, and assistant stage managed by Tristan Shawley.
Please be prepared to wear a mask for all performances. We will have the seating arranged so that you can sit with your party and be distanced from the other audience members.
Reservations are suggested. Call 603-352-5657 for reservations or additional information.
In Collaboration with the Keene Public Library - The Guys
The Edge will present Incomplete by Daniel L. Patterson. Direction by Kim Dupuis, Cinematography and Editing by David Teubner, and Art Direction by Susan Sanders. This online theatrical production will feature Daniel L. Patterson as Daniel L. Patterson, Damien Licata as George, Peter Eisenstadter as The Man, Catherine Behrens as The Woman, Kenzie Yelin as The Cavewoman, Tracy Messer as Male Internet Voices, and Susan Sanders as Female Internet Voices. Incomplete will be available to view June 25 - July 31.
THE EDGE ENSEMBLE PRESENTS
TWO ONLINE THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS FOR SUMMER 2021
The Edge Ensemble has produced two online theatrical productions for the summer 2021 season. They will be released for free on YouTube one by one in May and June.
First up is Trifles, a one-act play by Susan Glaspell. This mystery drama is based on a true event that occurred in 1900, a murder that Glaspell wrote about as a journalist. The play is set in an Iowa farmhouse in 1912, and was first performed by the Provincetown Players at the Wharf Theatre in Provincetown, Massachusetts on August 8, 1916. The role of Mrs. Hale was performed by Susan Glaspell herself.
Directed by Kim Dupuis, the cast includes Catherine Behrens and Veda Crewe as the women who sympathize with and come to understand the condition of a woman accused of murdering her husband, and Damien Licata, Peter Eisenstadter, and Scott Aronowitz as the three men investigating the murder. David Teubner is the cinematographer and editor and Susan Sanders is the art director. Trifles will be available to view starting May 28, 2021, and will run through to the end of June.
Second up will be an original play by Dan Patterson, Incomplete. This exploration of what happens when characters created by a playwright take on lives of their own and begin asking fundamental questions concerning the human condition, with humor and thoughtfulness. Kim Dupuis is directing Dan Patterson, Damien Licata, Kenzie Yelin, Peter Eisenstadter, Catherine Behrens, Tracy Messer, and Susan Sanders. David Teubner is the cinematographer and editor and Susan Sanders is the art director. Incomplete will be available to view starting June 25, 2021, and will run through to the end of July.
David Teubner of KeeneOnline, who is filming and editing both productions, is quite excited about the challenges offered by both pieces, and he will be using his expertise to create some imaginative special effects using a green screen.
The Historical Society of Cheshire County is graciously allowing us to film these two pieces in its historical Bruder House.
The Putnam Foundation and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation are generously supporting these two online theatrical productions.
To view these productions, you can go to The Edge’s website, www.edgeensemble.org/videos or search for Edge Ensemble on YouTube. It can then be viewed on your computer or on your television.
Please consider making a donation because we are offering these productions free of charge. Filming is quite expensive, and your donations will help us to cover those expenses. Go to www.edgeensemble.org and click on donate.