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From the Fringe program:

Catalpa is about the daring 1876 whale ship rescue of six Irish prisoners from Fremantle penal colony in Australia — all in the vibrant imagination of a screenwriter, the best movie never made!

With heroes and visionaries, political intrigue, loyalty, romance, rebels and battles at sea. A subversive epic, a celebration of the power of live theatre, and for the first time, performed by a woman.

Sharon Bajer is joined by director Carson Nattrass and musician Todd Koga in this lyrical and passionate, satirical and funny play.

Show Length: 75 minutes
Suggested Audience: Parental Guidance

 

Venue #13 School of Contemporary Dancers

211 Bannatyne Ave.
McKim Building Enter from parking lot on Main St.

 

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Updated on Sunday, July 23, 2017 at 4:11 PM CDT: Adds review

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