Deadmonton

★★★★ -“Lethally romantic…”

–Bryan Saunders, Vue Weekly

★★★★ – “A surprisingly chilling account of two lovers drawn together by a taste for blood…

— Todd James, Global News Edmonton

★★★★ – “You are completely riveted… much credit goes to playwright Andy Garland for shaping a horror using lyrical language and bold, poetic imagery.”

— Anna Borowiecki, St. Albert Gazette

“I dream we are standing in Churchill Square
surrounded by piles of corpses…
but everything is right with the world.
Do you realize how lucky we are to have found one another?”

Gill wants nothing more than to cut his way out of his cage-like life. Hailey doesn’t feel alive unless someone else isn’t. One chance winter evening, the desperate loners find each other at knifepoint.

For an instant, nothing.
And then they come together.
And the city trembles.
And the body count begins to grow.

Two lovers. Two secrets. Two knives.
Welcome to Deadmonton. Living here can be murder.

1M / 1F – 60 Mins

Alexander Forsyth (Gill) and Carmen Nieuwenhuis (Hailey), Edmonton International Fringe Festival 2015
Alexander Forsyth (Gill) and Carmen Nieuwenhuis (Hailey), Edmonton International Fringe Festival 2015
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