Bottle & Glass

Adapted by Morgan Wade from his novel “Bottle & Glass”
Directed by Liam Karrybottleglass-identity_final

SEPTEMBER 28 – OCTOBER 1, 2016

Bottle & Glass is a historical fiction written by local author Morgan Wade about life in Kingston’s pubs/taverns in 1814. Theatre Kingston has commissioned the author to adapt the novel into a 100-minute historical pub crawl that will take place in and around Kingston’s downtown bars. Each ticket includes 4 drinks and an experience in downtown Kingston that you are unlikely ever to forget. As an audience member you will meet and interact with a vast array of characters played by 15 local actors who will guide you on this ‘historic’ adventure.

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Tickets are $60/person (with drinks), $40/person (no drinks) and must be purchased in advance to reserve your spot on the tour. Payment can be dropped off at the Theatre Kingston office at the Tett Centre during working hours or pickup can be arranged at another location. If you’re interested in trying out this new idea with us, email us directly to reserve your ticket. Prior to the performance date, you will receive a message with start location details, and any other special instructions that we think will be useful to know before you arrive.

CAST
Callum Lurie* as Capt. William Winslow
John Geddes as Colonel Spafford
Dave Hudson as Dunbar
Adam Harden-Davidson as Bennett
Nicole Dunkley as Amelia
Dan Walmsley as Dorephus
Cassel Miles as Capt. Stokes
Clayton Garrett as Biscuit
Jeremy Settle as Jeremy
Colby Currie as Merrit
Rob Smith as Jack Evans
Liam Collins as Augustus Gardiner
Krista Garrett as Ginger
Tim Duncan as Tam

Production Team
Costume Design: Nicola Bennet
Composer: Adam Harden-Davidson
Props Design/Build:  Cam MacLean

Production Manager: Brett Christopher
Production Stage Management: Alysse Szatkowski
Assistant Director: Jessica Rossiter*

* taking part through Queen’s Drama 395 internship program

Bottle & Glass in the Media

Kingston Whig Standard

Visit our Facebook Page for some great shots from both rehearsals and the production.

MATURE LANGUAGE & SOME MATURE CONCEPTS
Recommended for ages 12 and older

Performing in downtown Kingston, starting location: 216 Wellington St.

Tickets: $40-60 + fees and taxes. Available at the Grand Theatre Box Office
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Hours: Monday – Friday, 12:00pm – 4:30 pm
613-530-2050

A welcome to our Season Partners, Sponsors and Funding Organizations:

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To become a sponsor of our 2015-16 Season, contact brett@theatrekingston.com

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