So we did a thing....

The Edge Ensemble was committed to keeping the arts vibrant during the pandemic when live theater was not possible. We created five online theatrical productions featuring our ensemble members. Check it out!

The Edge presents Incomplete by Daniel L. Patterson. This production was directed by Kim Dupuis, with 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, Catherine Behrens as The Woman, Peter Eisenstadter as The Man, Kenzie Yelin as The Cave Woman, Tracy Messer as Male Internet Voices and Susan Sanders as Female Internet Voices. This production will be available to view on our YouTube channel June 25 - July 31.

The Edge presented Trifles by Susan Glaspell. It was directed by Kim Dupuis, with cinematography and editing by David Teubner, and Art Direction by Susan Sanders. This online theatrical production featured Damien Licata as Sheriff Peters, Veda Crewe as Mrs. Peters, Scott Aronowitz as County Attorney Henderson, Peter Eisenstadter as Mr. Hale and Catherine Behrens as Mrs. Hale. This production will be available to view on our YouTube channel May 28 - June 30.

The Edge presented As He Is written by original founding members Jonathan and Cynthia Austin. It was directed by the founding artistic director Kim Dupuis, with cinematography and editing by Ethan Schloss and Devin Coleman and featuring Jonathan and Cynthia Austin as The Man and The Woman. 

The Edge presented Spooky Tales by Edgar Allan Poe. The production was directed by Kim Dupuis, with cinematography and Editing by David Teubner. This online theatrical production featured Catherine Behrens, Veda Crewe, Damien Licata, and Sherman Morrison in The Bells; Kim Dupuis in The Tell Tale Heart; Damien Licata in The Premature Burial; Sherman Morrison in Annabel Lee; Chris Pratt, Greg Pratt, Damien Licata, Veda Crewe, Robert Wellington, Peter Eisenstadter, and Monica Marshall in The Murder in the Rue Morgue.

The Edge presented The Diaries of Adam and Eve by Mark Twain. It was directed by Kim Dupuis, with cinematography and editing by David Teubner, and featured Mark DiPietro as Adam and Charlotte Trask as Eve.