THE EDGE ENSEMBLE PRESENTS A WELL-REMEMBERED VOICE BY J.M. BARRIE
The Edge Ensemble Theatre Company’s second production of 2022 – and its eighth film since the pandemic began – premieres on YouTube July 1 at 7 PM and will be available for viewing throughout the month. This poignant one-act play by the author of Peter Pan is directed by Kim Dupuis, with cinematography and editing by David Teubner, art direction by Susan Sanders, production assistance by Tristan Shawley, and poster design by David Teubner. The cast features Jackson Hogan as the "ghost soldier" killed in World War I, James Duffy as his father and Lindsay Bartlett as the grieving mother who tries to contact her dead son through seances, Ruby Dupuis-Morrison as the sweetheart of the dead soldier, John McMahon as a retired major and Tom Bernstock as Mr. Rogers. The year is 1918.
A Well-Remembered Voice was filmed on location in a private residence in Keene. The Putnam Foundation, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, the Eppes-Jefferson Foundation, More Than a Thrift Store and our local donors are generously supporting our productions.
This film, like The Edge’s other seven online productions created during the pandemic, is being offered free of charge. But, as Founding Artistic Director Kim Dupuis emphasizes, filming is very expensive, and with no box office receipts to support the filmed productions, money is very short. Hence, donations are fervently requested. Donations can be made by going to www.edgeensemble.org and clicking on the donate button.
To view A Well-Remembered Voice, go to our home page and click on the image or search for Edge Ensemble on YouTube. It can then be viewed on your computer or on your television.
Call The Edge at 603-352-5657 for further information or email TheEdgeEnsemble@aol.com.
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