by Connie Gault

February 3– March 26, 1989

Do you truly believe there's anything out there at all?

Sad and moving, a tale of a pregnant girl, a dimwitted husband and The Second Coming. Part of 1989 Carlton Trail Theatre Exchange.

Playwright: Connie Gault
Director: Tom Bentley-Fisher
Cast: Lori Biamonte, Randy Hughson, Sharon Bakker and Eva Atwell
Set Designer: Robert Wells
Lighting Designer: William McDermott
Assistant Stage Manager: Patricia Lenyre Stage Manager: Jodi Junkin
Technical Director: Jim Arthur
Costume Designer: Lori Nehaj Carpenter: Steve Nowaselski
Props Designer: Monika Wildemann

February 3-19, 1989, 25th Street Theatre, Saskatoon

March 2-26, 1989, Theatre Network, Edmonton

February 3– March 26, 1989

Opening February 3




Randy is pleased to be back at Theatre Network where he last performed in Connie Gault’s SKY in 1989. He will be entering his seventh season at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in 2014. He has performed leading roles at the Belfry Theatre in Victoria, the Vancouver Playhouse, Citadel and Phoenix theatres in Edmonton, Theatre Calgary, Alberta Theatre Projects, Persephone and Globe Theatres in Saskatchewan, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres, Tarragon, Passe Muraille, Factory, and CanStage in Toronto, Centaur and Segal Centre in Montreal, Neptune Theatre in Halifax, and the Blyth Festival, among others. He has toured Canada six times in shows such as HIGH LIFE, EARSHOT, THE CHET BAKER STORY, HALF LIFE, and has performed in Mexico and the United States. He has worked extensively in television, radio, and film, and has been nominated for eight Dora Mavor Moore awards, and received two. He has been nominated for three Vancouver Jessie awards, an Edmonton Sterling award, as well as a Gemini for television, and has received one of each. He is happy to be back in Edmonton, a city he loves.