Lianne Perry, left, and Mark Adam in a scene from the play Department of Common Sense, playing Saturday at the Liverpool International Theatre Festival. (TIM KROCHAK / The Chronicle Herald)
I have an amazing opportunity to be part of the Liverpool International Theatre Festival this coming weekend! I am, again, reprising my role as ‘Minister of Common Sense’ Frank Walker in Ryan Van Horne‘s hilarious political satire, The Department of Common Sense. I’m very excited to be working with an awesome cast, yet again! Stepping on to the Astor Theatre‘s boards will be a great honour. The 112 year-old theatre is the oldest in Nova Scotia.
Visit www.DCSplay.ca for more details about the play, itself.
Check out the article in The Chronicle Herald detailing a bit about the festival, or visit the festival’s official website at www.litf.ca for schedules and more.