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      Letters in Wartime at the Alberta Aviation Museum in Edmonton

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      November 10, 2012

      Saturday   7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

      11410 Kingsway Ave NW
      Edmonton, Alberta T5G 0X4

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      Letters in Wartime at the Alberta Aviation Museum

      NOVEMBER 8th - 18th, 2012 ALBERTA AVIATION MUSEUM 11410 Kingsway Avenue This powerful award-winning production will play the Alberta Aviation Museum in Edmonton this November. Letters in Wartime is a "heart wrenching standout" (SEE MAGAZINE) that brings you right into the eye of World War II, the struggles, the hope and the loss of innocence. From thousand bomber raids to sacrifices made on the home-front, Letters in Wartime is a brilliant exploration of the ramifications of war. Biographies Kenneth Brown (Director and Co-playwright) is an actor, director, teacher, and playwright who has been active in theatre since 1971. Born in Edmonton, he has worked across Canada and abroad. A graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada, he also holds a Masters degree from the University of Alberta. He founded THEATrePUBLIC Theatre Society in 1984, co-founded RIBBIT PRODUCTIONS in 1990 with several MacEwan grads for whom he directed and/or co-created national hits Bouncers, Be a Man, and Boy Groove. Stephen Scriver (Co-playwright)has written about his father's experiences in Under the Wings, a book of wartime poetry, and is best known for his best-selling collections of hockey poems, All Star Poet! His poetry has also been anthologized in numerous publications, including The Maple Laugh Forever, Cracked Wheat, A Sudden Radiance, and In The Clear. Stephen, who served as sports columnist in The Sports Line in Edmonton in 1995-96, has also had poetry published in 88 Years of Puck-Chasing in Saskatchewan and Ken Dryden's Home Game. Jon Paterson (Alan) has been working in theatre for the past 20 years and has been a founding member and co-artistic producer of Ribbit Productions since 2000. Jon studied theatre at Grant Macewan University, where he began his association with Kenneth Brown. Jon has co-produced and performed in over a dozen Ribbit shows including BoyGroove, Grimmer than Grimm, House, Water and Letters in Wartime on national Fringe Festival tours. Jon has performed in various theatre and festivals across Canada including The Centaur Wildside Festival, Canoe Theatre Festival, Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, Mayfield Dinner Theatre, Vertigo Mystery Theatre and the Winnipeg Improv Festival. Melissa Macpherson (Moria)graduated from Macewan University's theatre arts program in 2005. Recent credits include; Little Women, Three Musketeers, Julius Caesar and Noises Off for the Citadel Theatre; Macbeth,Much Ado About Nothing, Richard III and As You Like It for the FreeWill Players; and The Golden Age Of Rock, Pop {e_description}amp; Doo Wop, Little Shop of Horrors and Peace, Love and Rock {e_description}amp; Roll at the Mayfield.


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