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#54, #55 - During the Pandemic of 2022, we produced two more films - directed by Kim Dupuis, with cinematography and editing by David Teubner, and art direction by Susan Sanders, production assistance by Tristan Shawley.
#54 The Twelve Pound Look by J. M. Barrie featured Damien Licata, Kenzie Yelin, Laura Carbonneau, Wendy Almeida, and John McMahon. Poster Design by Kyle Petrillo and David Teubner.
#55 A Well-Remembered Voice by J.M. Barrie featured Jackson Hogan, Lindsay Bartlett, James Duffy, Ruby Dupuis-Morrison, John McMahon, and Thomas Bernstock. Poster Design by David Teubner.
#53 - Edge Cafe - Staged Readings of Two Arthur Miller Plays - both directed by Kim Dupuis. Death of a Salesman featured Damien Licata as Willy Loman and Kim Dupuis as Linda Loman and Mark DiPietro, Scott Aronowitz, Tristan Shawley. Kenzie Yelin, Peter Eisenstadter, Jason Cook, Jenny Holan, Heather Herring and Catherine Behrens. A View from the Bridge featured Damien Licata as Eddie Carbone and Kim Dupuis as Beatrice Carbone and Ruby Dupuis-Morrison, Jackson Hogan, James Duffy, Scott Aronowitz, Jason Cook, Peter Eisenstadter, and Catherine Behrens. Poster Design by Mark DiPietro.
#51 In a collaboration with the Keene Public Library, The Edge presented a staged reading of The Guys by Anne Nelson, directed by Kim Dupuis and featured Mark DiPietro and Kenzie Yelin. Poster Design by Mark DiPietro.
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#49, #50, #52 - During the Pandemic of 2021, we produced three more films - all directed by Kim Dupuis, with cinematography and editing by David Teubner, and art direction by Susan Sanders. #49 Trifles by Susan Glaspell featured Catherine Behrens, Damien Licata, Veda Crewe, Peter Eisenstadter, and Scott Aronowitz. Poster Design by Kyle Petrillo. #50 Incomplete by Daniel L. Patterson featuring Dan Patterson, Damien Licata, Catherine Behrens, Peter Eisenstadter, Kenzie Yelin, Susan Sanders and Tracy Messers. #52 Beautiful Distances, an adaptation by Catherine Behrens of The People, by Susan Glaspell, featured Kevin Calorusso, Robert Wellington, Peter Eisenstadter, Lori Goldring, Tom Bernstock, Wendy Almeida, Robert Gray, and Tristan Shawley. Poster Design by Kyle Petrillo.
#46, #47, #48 - During the Pandemic of 2020, we produced three films - all directed by Kim Dupuis, #46 The Diaries of Adam and Eve featured Mark DiPietro as Adam and Charlotte Traas as Eve. Poster Design by Kyle Petrillo. #47 Spooky Tales included The Bells directed by Kim Dupuis and featuring Catherine Behrens, Veda Crewe, Damien Licata, and Sherman Morrison; The Tell Tale Heart directed and performed by Kim Dupuis, The Premature Burial directed and performed by Damien Licata; Annabel Lee directed and performed by Sherman Morrison; and The Murders of the Rue Morgue adapted and directed by Catherine Behrens and featuring Chris Pratt, Greg Pratt, Veda Crewe, Robert Wellington, Monica Marshall, James Duffy, Damien Licata, and Peter Eisenstadter. Sherman Morrison designed the poster. #48 As He Is was directed by Kim Dupuis and was written and performed by Jonathan and Cynthia Austin. Poster Design by Emily Doxford.
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#45 - Fall of 2019 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured James Duffy as The Nerd, Kenzie Yelin as Tansy, Tom Bernstock as Willum, Damien Licata as Axel, Mark DiPietro as Waldgrave, Charlotte Traas as Mrs. Waldgrave, and Fletcher Yelin as Thor. Poster Design by Kyle Petrillo.
EDGE CAFE 2019 - FOUR SHERLOCK HOLMES RADIO PLAYS
#44 - Summer of 2019 - The Speckled Band was directed by Kim Dupuis and featured Mark DiPietro -- Sherlock Holmes, Dan Patterson -- Dr. Watson, Kenzie Yelin – Helen, Jenny Holan – Julia, Damien Licata – Roylott; The Solitary Cyclist was directed by Damien Licata and featured Sherman Morrison -- Sherlock Holmes, Damien Licata -- Dr. Watson, Kenzie Yelin -- Violet Smith, Mark DiPietro -- Mr. Carouthers, Thomas Bernstock -- Mr. Woodly, Dan Patterson – Williamson; Scandal in Bohemia was directed by Daniel Patterson and featured Dan Patterson/Peter Eisenstadter, Sherlock Holmes, Chris Pratt – Doctor Watson, Peter Eisenstadter/Dan Patterson – The King of Bohemia, Charlene Kennedy – Irene Adler, Susan Sanders – Housekeeper/women in the street; and The Empty House was directed by Kim Dupuis and featured Damien Licata – Sherlock Holmes, Mark DiPietro – Dr. Watson, Dan Patterson – Lestrade, Tom Bernstock – Moran, Poster Design by Kyle Petrillo.
#43 - Summer of 2019 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Kenzie Yelin as Melissa Gardner and Damien Licata as Andrew Makepeace Ladd III. Poster Design by Kyle Petrillo.
#42 - Winter of 2019 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Mark DiPietro as Father Flynn, Catherine Behrens as Sister Aloysius, Grace Johnson as Sister James, and Domonique Terrell as Mrs. Muller. Poster Design by Kyle Petrillo.
#41 - Fall of 2018 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured: Cody Hall, Samantha DiPietro, Damien Licata, Mark DiPietro, James Duffy, Tom Bernstock, Scott Aronowitz, Peter Eisenstadter, Ron Castle, Wolf Elkan, Sherman Morrison, David Fisch, Greg Pratt, Steven Reed, Harral Hamilton, and Andrew Filiault. Poster Design by Ron Castle.
#40 - Summer of 2018 - This series of staged readings was comprised of 4 Great American Comedies directed by Kim Dupuis, Dan Patterson, Catherine Behrens, and Damien Licata. The readings featured the acting talents of Kim Dupuis, Ruby Dupuis-Morrison, Dan Patterson, PeggyRae Johnson, Susan Sanders, Damien Licata, Cody Hall, Emelie Vandenberg, Ben Robertson, Catherine Behrens, Jenny Holan, Mark DiPietro, Kenzie Yelin, David Fisch, Jonathan Ray, Melanie Patterson, Erika Kucks, Wolf Elkan, Tom Bernstock, Ray Mahoney, Paige Lussier-Johnson, Mary Armstrong, PJ Cooke, Andy Cooke, Franny Cooke, Meg Kupiec, Ruth Linehan, Carolyn Norback, Aaron Rychwa, Clare Margand, Marla Stefflre, Sophia Olsen, Chris Pratt, Greg Pratt, and Bruce Halloway! For those in the know, look at all that family theatre experience together. We love that stuff at THE EDGE! Poster Design by Kyle Petrillo.
#39 - Late Spring of 2018 - Conceived, Conceptualized, and Directed by Kim Dupuis - This evening of theater was designed to be a companion piece for our production in Early Spring of 2018, TALKING WITH... This evening was comprised of 11 original monologues written by local playwrights, and the monologues were performed, for the most part, by the playwrights. The playwright/actors were Scott Aronowitz, Damien Licata, Tom Bernstock, James Duffy, Bill Hickok, and Dan Patterson. (Dan wrote three monologues, he performed one, and Ian Hefele and Mark DiPietro performed the other two.) Walter Lowe wrote a monologue that was performed by Wolf Elkan and Scot Tolman wrote a monologue that was performed by Kenon Veno. Poster Design by Kyle Petrillo.
#38 - Early Spring 2018 - Directed by Kim Dupuis and Catherine Behrens - A favorite of our Founding Artistic Director, this play was produced for the 2nd time by THE EDGE, and directed for the 3rd time, by Kim Dupuis. We revisited this play as part of a larger plan to offer an original companion piece, called Marked Men, later in the season. This version featured the acting talents of Lori Goldring, Ruby Dupuis-Morrison, Kim Dupuis, Charlotte Traas, Brenda Fox Tree, Ke'ala Jaye Barnard, Willow Morrison, Catherine Behrens, Jenny Holan, Sherri Hudson, and Heather Herring. Poster Design by Kyle Petrillo.
#37 - Winter of 2018 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Cynthia Rodier, Mark DiPietro, Catherine Behrens, and Tom Bernstock. Poster Design by Kyle Petrillo.
#36 - Summer of 2017 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Ruby Dupuis-Morrison as Juliet, Aaron Rychwa as Romeo, Damien Licata, Grace Johnson, Jonathan Ray, Veda Crewe, James Duffy, Mark DiPietro, Samantha DiPietro, Zach DiPietro, Josh Bernard-Kriegl, Peter Eisenstadter, Bruce Elliot, Elias Elliot, Michael Redmond, Molly McMillan, Serafina McMillan, Tom Bernstock, Aiden Bradley, Marit Bjerkadal, Anna Yelin, Gustav Tjelta, Jenny Holan, Dario Santos, and Cynthia Rodier. For those in the know, look at all that family theater experience together. We love that stuff at THE EDGE! Poster Design by Kyle Petrillo.
#35 - Winter of 2017 - Directed by Kim Dupuis and Dan Patterson - This evening of theater was a series of vignettes, and featured Ruby Dupuis-Morrison and Tom Bernstock as Mike and Susan, Kim Dupuis, Damien Licata, Aaron Rychwa, and Ruby Dupuis-Morrison as Bea, Frank, Ritchie, and Joan, Tara Sabino-Potter and Scott Aronowitz as Brenda and Jerry, Cynthia Rodier and Glenn Geiser-Getz as Hal and Cathy, and Dan Patterson and Wendy Almeida as Johnny and Wilma. Poster Design by Lori Goldring.
#34 - Fall of 2016 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Ruby Dupuis-Morrison, Damien Licata, Mark DiPietro, Chris Pratt, Andrew Bosworth, Anna Yelin, Tom Bernstock, and James Duffy. Poster Design by Anna Behrens.
#33 - Summer of 2016 - Directed by Kim Dupuis and Carrie Kidd - This evening of theater was comprised of several short plays by David Ives and featured Ruby Dupuis-Morrison, Aaron Rychwa, Heather Herring, Greg Pratt, Emma Seidler, Tom Bernstock, Tara Sabino-Potter, Mark DiPietro, Dakota Benedetto, Jonathan Ray, Kim Dupuis, and Cynthia Rodier. Poster Design by Dakota Benedetto.
#32 - Winter of 2016 - This evening of theater was comprised of five short plays. WHAT REMAINS, written by Tom Bernstock and directed by Kim Dupuis, featured Tom Bernstock and Ruby Dupuis-Morrison, THE REALM OF THE NEBULAE, written and directed by Carrie Kidd, featured Molly McMillan and Chris Pratt, LOUIE THE LOBSTER, written by Carrie Kidd and directed by Kim Dupuis, featured Andrew Bosworth and Tom Bernstock, WANDA'S VISIT, written by Christopher Durang and directed by Lori Goldring, featured Damien Licata, Nancy Stephens, Tara Sabino-Potter, and Jonathan Ray, and THE CHASER, adapted from a John Collier short story and directed by Kim Dupuis, featured Ruby Dupuis-Morrison and Andrew Bosworth. Poster Design by Lori Goldring.
#31 - Fall of 2015 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Ruby Dupuis-Morrison, Mark DiPietro, Samantha DiPietro, Emma Seidler, Scott Aronowitz, Breanne Swanson, Margaret Lynott, Lori Goldring, Anna Masters, Maggie Samen, Dan Carberg, Richard Behrens, Peter Eisenstadter, Carrie Kidd, Greg Pratt, Chris Pratt, Jenny Holan, Andrew Bosworth, Pamela Quirinale, Ben Wise, and Tyler Strickland. For those in the know, look at all that family theater experience together. We love that stuff at THE EDGE! Poster Design by Dakota Benedetto.
#30 - Summer of 2015 - This series was comprised of 4 staged readings led by 4 local directors, Kim Dupuis, Catherine Behrens, Daniel L. Patterson and Carrie Kidd, and featured Jonathan Ray, Dan Carburg, Ruby Dupuis-Morrison, Kim Dupuis, Dan Patterson, Mark DiPietro, Heather Herring, Carrie Kidd, Chris Pratt, Damien Licata, Richard Behrens, Emma Seidler, Dan Bullard, Catherine Behrens, Tara Sabino-Potter, Andrew Bosworth, and Aaron Rychwa. Poster Design by Kim Dupuis.
#29 - Winter of 2015 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Peter Eisenstadter, Catherine Behrens, Mark DiPietro, Andrew Bosworth, Tara Sabino-Potter, and Aaron Rychwa. Poster Design by Janis Carroll.
#28 - Fall of 2014 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - This production was a world premiere of an original play written by local playwright, Walter Lowe, and featured the acting talents of Walter Lowe, Molly McMillan, Dakota Benedetto, Ray Mahoney, and Daniel Petit. Poster Design by Hana Lowe and Dakota Benedetto.
HOPE AGAINST HOPE
Directed by Kim Dupuis, Cynthia Austin and J. Jonathan Austin
Narrator - Taylor Ewing
Radio Host - Sophia Olsen
Nadine Thomas - Kim Dupuis
Courtney Thomas - Gracyn Austin
Ethan Thomas - Jasher Austin
Macy - Clare Margand
Diane Russell - Cynthia Austin
Alexandra Russell - Ruby Dupuis-Morrison
Samantha Russell - Samantha DiPietro
Dan Russell - Jonathan Austin
Steve Thomas - Damien Licata
THE VASTNESS WITHIN
Directed by Kim Dupuis
and Dan Patterson
Narrator - Catherine Behrens
Charlie - Helmut Heidl
Koriel - Mark DiPietro
Dr. Victoria Hunt - Kim Dupuis
Francis Forsyth - Damien Licata
Rob Gray - Jason Machen
Felix Borlan - Bill Pearre
Gregg Caldwell- Jim Murphy
Lynn Garland - Taylor Ewing
Dr. Christian Danchekker - Don Wilmeth
Dr. Shorn - Kristine Sullivan
Reverend Sebastian Matthews - Michael Duffin
Dr. Smalley/Tom Waugh - Chris Pratt
Dr. Sal Steinfeld - Sophia Olsen
TV News Anchor Man - Dan Bullard
Dr. Guillemont - Madeleine Sepe
Dr. Donna Maddson - Paige Lussier Johnson
Professor Alberts - Richard Behrens
Metallurgist - Heather Morrison
Directed by Kim Dupuis
Narrator - Catherine Behrens
Serena - Ruby Dupuis-Morrison
Melody - Taylor Ewing
Caroline - Kim Dupuis
Allegra - Sophia Olsen
Shannon - Samantha DiPietro
Angel - Kristine Sullivan
Scot - Mark DiPietro
Mr. C - Steve Lindsay
Mike - Will Adams
Allen - Jonathan Ray
Bo - Wayland Tolman
AULD LANG SYNE
Directed by Kim Dupuis
Narrator Kim Dupuis Teddy Goodman - Walter Lowe
Peter Tandy - Ray Mahoney
Cheryl Tandy - Molly McMillan
Willie Biz - Dan Patterson Elise Tandy - Dakota Benedetto
#27 - Summer of 2014 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - This series was comprised of four stage readings of original plays written by local playwrights and featured many of our local actors as listed above. Poster Design by Anna Behrens.
#26 - Winter of 2014 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Catherine Behrens, Dan Patterson, Mark DiPietro, Molly McMillan, Ethan Daley, Ruby Dupuis-Morrison, Samantha Rose DiPietro, Lindsay Bartlett, Dan Bartlett, Lori Goldring, Helmut Heidl, Dan Carberg, Jon Ray, Peter Eisenstadter, Wendy Almeida, Jon Adams, Kristine Sullivan, Dakota Benedetto, Jason Machen. Poster Design by Dakota Benedetto.
#25 - Fall of 2013 - Directed by Kim Dupuis and Helaine Iris - Featured Kim Dupuis, Mark DiPietro, Katrina Spenceman, Helmut Heidl, and Ruby Dupuis-Morrison. Poster Design by Todd Spenceman
#24 - Fall of 2012 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Richard Epstein, Molly McMillan, Katrina Spencemen, Ed Tomey, Nancy Stephens, Ray Mahoney, Zoe Perra, Cody Hall, Ray Mahoney, Robert Wellington, Veda Crewe, Aaron Howland, Ruby Dupuis-Morrison, Shane Verenbec, and Juan Ortiz. Poster Design by Dakota Benedetto.
#23 - Winter of 2012 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Catherine Behrens, Walter Lowe, and Peter Eisenstadter. Poster Design by Dakota Benedetto.
#22 - Fall of 2011 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Dakota Benedetto and Ben Robertson. Poster Design by Dakota Benedetto.
#21 - Summer of 2010 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Aaron Howland, Jazmine Carroll, Jonathan Ray, Katrina Spenceman, Damien Licata, and Matt McDougal. Poster Design by Dakota Benedetto.
#20 - Winter of 2016 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured the following actors.
Jenny Holan The Modern Witches
Wendy Almeida First Witch
Jazmine Carroll Second Witch
Ruby Dupuis-Morrison Third Witch
Norman MacLeod Duncan
Matt McDougall Malcolm, Murderer #3
George MacLeod Captain
Michael Soldati Lennox
Robert Wellington Ross
Scot Tolman Macbeth
Sherman Morrison Banquo
Marilyn Simons Angus, Messenger
Kim Dupuis Lady Macbeth
Catherine Behrens Servant, Old Man, Lord
James West Fleance, Son of Macduff
Vaughn West Porter
Peter Eisenstadter Macduff
Benjamin Cook Donalbain, Murderer #2
Jenny Holan Murderer #1, Seyton
Liz Sumner Hecate
Susan West Lady Macduff
Melody Actouka Doctor
Thomas Cook Siward
#19 - Fall of 2009 - Directed by Scot Tolman - Featured Scot Tolman, Kim Dupuis, Carrie Kidd, and Aaron Howland. Poster Design by Peg Barnes.
#18 - Spring of 2009 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Peter Eisenstadter, Catherine Behrens, and Molly McMillan. Poster Design by Dakota Benedetto.
#17 - Fall of 2008 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Peter Eisenstadter, Wendy Almeida, Aaron Howland, and Serena Olsen. Creature Design by Don Primrose and Courtney Cox. Poster Design by Don Primrose.
#16 - Fall of 2008 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - This play was a world premiere of an original play by Scot Tolman, and it featured Scot Tolman, Dakota Benedetto, Michaela Tolman, Dan Payson, Carrie Kidd, Joe Kharouf, Aaron Howland, and Jeffrey Petrovitch. Poster Design by Dakota Benedetto.
Six Nights in the
The Jonathan Daniels Story
by Lowell Williams
#15 - Winter of 2008 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - This production was a collaboration with the City of Keene's Martin Luther King/Jonathan Daniels Committee. It was directed by Kim Dupuis, and featured Evan Baker, Daniel Rios, Shanda Reynelli, Shaina Schwartz, Peter Eisenstadter, Dakota Benedetto, and Molly McMillan.
#14 - Spring of 2008 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Lindsay Bartlett, Susie Ericson-West, Jazmine Carroll, Dakota Benedetto, Stephanie Sosinski, and Jacqueline Bilodeau.
Poster Design by Dakota Benedetto.
#13 - Spring of 2003 - Directed by Scot Tolman - Featured Kim Dupuis, Bill Hickok, Brooks Brown and Bradley Poster. Poster Design by Peg Barnes.
#12 - Spring of 2002 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Finally, the Edge is back in the Keene area to stay! This production featured Scot Tolman, Cary Morin and Sue Webb. Poster Design by Kim Dupuis.
#11 - Spring of 1995 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Molly McMillan, Kenny Alphonso, Tony Foresta, Hope Mirlis, Kathryn Hera Hadyn, and Veronica Lehr. Check out Kenny's current movie and television gigs on IMDb. Poster Design by Kathy Hunter.
#10 - Fall of 1994 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Produced in Atlanta, GA - Featured Molly McMillan, Sasha Gutkin, and Andy Hamrick. Poster Design by Wayne Meyer.
#9 - Summer of 1994 - Directed by Scot Tolman and Tracy Buot - Originally produced in Atlanta, GA, and this version was staged here in Keene, NH. This production featured Sean-Thomas O'Leary as The Fox with Kim Dupuis, and Kelly Reeves. Poster Design by Jerry Connell.
#8 - Spring of 1994 - Directed by Scot Tolman and Tracy Buot - Produced in Atlanta, GA - Featured Robert Pralgo as The Fox with Kim Dupuis, and Kelly Reeves. Check out Robert's current movie and television gigs on IMDb. Poster Design by Jerry Connell.
#7 - Fall of 1993 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - After a brief hiatus, THE EDGE produced a few plays in Atlanta, GA. This production featured Michael Ming, Patty Parker, Kimberly Holmes, and Kelly Reeves. Poster Design by Jerry Connell.
#6 - Summer of 1991 - Directed by Scot Tolman - Featured Robert Wellington, Paul Johanson, Mitch Kyle, Jesse Damian Raynes, and Susan Kingsbury. Poster Design by Scot Tolman.
#5 - Summer of 1991 - Directed by Billie McBride - Featured Scot Tolman, Lindsay Bartlett, Vaughn West, Melanie Bridges, Robert Wellington, and several other local actors. Poster Design by Dakota Benedetto.
#4 - Spring of 1991 - Directed by Scot Tolman - Featured Kim Dupuis and PJ Knoy. Poster Design by Phillip Price.
#3 - Winter of 1991 - Directed by Kim Dupuis - Featured Scot Tolman and Billie McBride. Poster Design by Phillip Price.
#2 - Fall of 1990 - Directed by Scot Tolman - Featured
Kim Dupuis, Lindsay Rogers, and Susie Ericson West. Poster Design by Jonathan Tether.
#1 - Our 1st production was directed by Mara Sabinson way back in May of 1990! This play featured two of our founders, Kim Dupuis and Scot Tolman. Poster Design by Kim Dupuis.