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Love is a Poverty You Can Sell ()

Produced by

Soup Can Theatre

Presented by

The Toronto Fringe Festival

Director: Sarah Thorpe
Playwright: Justin Haigh

Venue

Bread and Circus

Run

June 30th, 2010 – July 11th, 2010

Synopsis

Enter the world of a 1920s Berlin cabaret and enjoy a night of song, story, and sin. This special theatrical tribute to the music and musical legacy of legendary composer Kurt Weill features a cast of only the finest bohemian riff-raff backed by a ten piece orchestra. (fringetoronto.com)


Cast

M.J. Cyr Performer
Jennifer Dash Performer
Mark Gough Performer
Christian Jeffries Performer
Natalie Kulesza Performer
Victoria Kucher Performer
Hayley Preziosi Performer
Jonathan Tan Performer
Arthur Wright Performer
Ryan Anning Performer
Scott Dermody Performer

Creative Team

Sarah Thorpe Director
Justin Haigh Text
Pratik Gandhi Music Director
Leslie Thorpe-Dermody Dramaturge
Holly Lloyd Prop Designer

Music

Katie Saunoris Flute
La-Nai Gabriel Reeds
Mike Dassios Reeds
Kevin Wong Violin
Rachel Gauntlett Cello
Donovan Bullen Bass
Maria Kishimoto Keyboards
Pratik Gandhi Percussion

Production

Scott Dermody Producer
Sarah Thorpe Producer
Katherine Sandomirsky Stage Manager
Katherine Sandomirsky Program Design / Printing
Justin Haigh Public & Press Relations
Justin Haigh Poster Design
Leslie Thorpe-Dermody Fundraising Coordinator
Holly Lloyd Assistant Stage Manager
Gabriel Nylund Assistant Producer
Josh Sandomirsky Production Assistant