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Pictured: Alexandra Fisher and David Anthony Marshall.
Interrobang Theatre Project recently announced casting for its Midwest premiere of Dawn King’s British drama FOXFINDER.
Directed by Literary Manager Margaret Knapp, the production features Alexandra Fisher, David Anthony Marshall, Jack Olin and Alanna Rogers.
The production team for FOXFINDER includes: Eric Luchen (scenic design), Melissa Perkins (costume design), John Kelly (lighting design), Jesse Case (sound design), Pauline Oleksy (properties design) Georgette Verdin (asst. director), Claire Yearman (fight choreographer), Lindsay Bartlett (dialect coach) and Victoria Bustoz (stage manager).
In the not so distant future, the economy is failing, food is scarce and paranoia is in the air. Samuel and Judith Covey live in rural England, maintaining their government-controlled farm – in constant fear of losing it all. After an anonymous tip, William Bloor, a “Foxfinder,” arrives to investigate a suspected contamination, threatening to uncover secrets of desire and regret that will change all of their lives forever.
Comments Director Margaret Knapp, “Although it flirts with thematic elements like the examination of a police state in today’s society, the effects of global warming, and religious zealotism, at its core Foxfinder is about the battle against the forces of nature, both external and internal, and how when these forces threaten to overwhelm us, we look for someone, or something, to blame.”