SOLFERINO: A New Canadian Play - July 19th-21st
Rogue and Peasant Theatre proudly presents its inaugural production: Solferino, an original Canadian play written by Emily Johnson.
The year is 1908 and Henry Dunant, founder of the Red Cross, is two years from his death, struggling against rebellious memories, and the boundaries of his reality.
Guiding him through this turmoil is Florence Nightingale, fellow iconic humanitarian and Dunant's most impassioned critic, who has become a fixture of his mind. She will force him to encounter his enemies and allies, his regrets, wrongs and his doubts.
This is a play about bringing one's life into question--about pride, fate, selfishness, and above all--what it means to be humanitarian.
Solferino is directed by Stephan Ermel, starring Michael MacEachern, Nicole Buscema, Jack Everett, Kevin Chiao, and LeeAnn Ball. Stage managed by Kimberly Pollak. Set design by Michelle Ramalho; costumes by Laura Delchiaro; light design by Andrea Nelson. Written by Emily Johnson. Produced by Sammy Feilchenfeld
July 19 7.00pm - Preview Performance, $5.00
July 20, 8.00pm - Opening Performance $10.00
July 21, 2:00pm - Matinee $10.00
8:00pm - Closing Performance $10.00
Tickets sold at the door. Any and all inquiries, including reservations, please send to email@example.com