408 Queen W Toronto
Toronto, Ontario

Lest We Forget…
October - November 2010
VideoCabaret remounts
The History of the Village of the Small Huts, 1914-18
Starts October 26 for a Limited Run
VideoCabaret at The Cameron House, 408 Queen Street West, Toronto
Box Office and Group Bookings 416-703-1725 For more information: www.videocab.com

In time for Remembrance Day, VideoCabaret remounts The Great War, Michael Hollingsworth's acclaimed play about World War I that played to sold-out houses every night this past spring. In VideoCabaret's magical staging-style, seven actors play more than 40 characters whose stories take the audience from the golf courses of Canada's political elite to munitions factories where widows work, to the front lines of the Somme, Vimy Ridge and more. The Great War starts October 26 for a limited run at the historic Cameron House. For tickets, call 416-703-1725 or visit videocab.com.

The Great War focuses on the mid-ranking officers and infantry-men who are named in no history book -- their stories link the front line with the home front, and intensify the tragedy in this play as far as satire can go. The show elicits horror and laughter with the graveyard humour of soldiers, the murderous foolishness of leaders, the absurdity of warfare.

VideoCabaret presents The Great War
The History of the Village of the Small Huts: 1914-1918
Written and Directed by Michael Hollingsworth
Starring Greg Campbell, Richard Alan Campbell, Richard Clarkin, Kerry Ann Doherty, Mac Fyfe,
Anand Rajaram, Dylan Roberts
Lighting Andy Moro, Set Andy Moro, Jim Plaxton, Music Brent Snyder
Costumes Astrid Janson & Sarah Armstrong, Props Brad Harley, Wigs Alice Norton
Sound Designer Justin Roddy, Stage Manager Andrew Dollar, Assistant Stage Manager Laurie Merredew
Associate Director Deanne Taylor, Produced by Jim LeFrancois
Starts October 26 for a Limited Run
VideoCabaret at the Cameron House, 408 Queen Street West (one block west of Spadina)
Tuesday to Saturday 8pm, Sunday 2:30pm
Tickets: Previews & Tuesdays $15, Wednesdays $20, Thursdays & Sundays $25, Fridays & Saturdays $30
Box Office: 416-703-1725 For more Info: www.videocab.com

Official Website: http://www.videocab.com

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