Well, here we are at FIVE YEARS old! Let’s celebrate! We will have cake, pre-show live music (starting at 6:45 p.m.) and a huge cast of actors with Gerald Osborn’s latest comedy, Hearth and Homer. A
Thank you for being part of Script Salon whenever you joined us since we began in April 2014, and for supporting live theatre in Edmonton.
April 14th, 7:30PM, Reception begins at 6:45PM
Hearth and Homer by Gerald Osborn
Hearth and Homer is the untold story of the troubled teen years of Homer, poet of antiquity: “Growing up with a Greek Chorus in your living room can really mess you up!” Hearth and Homer. Epic cast…epic passion…epic hijinks!
Written and directed by Gerald Osborn, with readers Brenda J. Brown, Lori Biamonte Mohacsy, Ruby Swekla, Catherine Wenschlag, Laena Anderson, Clayton Plamondon, Eric Smith, Landon Shayne Penner, Andy Northrup and Francie Goodwin-Davies.
Hearth and Homer will be preceded by a short curtain raiser, Bonobo Bacchanale, also written and directed by Gerald Osborn. Bonobo Bacchanale is a hard-hitting documentary about the sex lives of bonobo apes, hosted by world-renowned primatologist Dr. Mitzi Morotzik.
Gerald Osborn (Writer/Director) – Theatre veteran Gerald Osborn has premiered numerous plays at the Edmonton Fringe Festival (Adam Butterfly, Scream Play, Cartoon in a Cartoon Graveyard). His work has been presented by Jagged Edge, Catalyst, Northern Light, Workshop West, CBC Radio and in such exotic locales as Vancouver, Calgary, Medicine Hat, High River and Whitecourt!). Gerald is a regular contributor to Stage Struck, the Edmonton Region One Act Festival (Pest Control, Ravenous, Epic Tragedy, Of Biblical Proportions). This year’s Stage Struck offerings (on April 26 and 27 at La Cité Francophone) include Richard Greenberg’s The Author’s Voice (as director) and Killing Captain Slapdash (as writer/director). And don’t miss the 10-year anniversary production of Gossamer Feast at the 2019 Edmonton Fringe Festival with Ruby Swekla reprising her award-winning performance as Madame.
SCRIPT SALON, Sunday, APRIL 14 at 7:30 in the Upper Arts Space at Holy Trinity Anglican Church (10037 84 Avenue). Doors open at 6:45 pm. Admission is free, but donations are accepted at the door. Refreshments available. Free parking. Playwright talkback after the show. LIKE our Facebook page, Script Salon.