Lyle Victor Albert’s latest play is about a man waging a battle which pits the strength of his convictions against the lunacy of his delusions, the vision of his dreams against the terror of his nightmares. The man in question is John James “JJ” Maloney, acclaimed orator and sometime spokesman for the Ku Klux Klan. White on White finds him in Roseburn, Alberta in the 1930s, terrified that his safety is in jeopardy if he ventures out to make his next speech.
Playwright: Lyle Victor Albert
Director: Raymond Storey
Cast: Earl Klein, Eric Kramer, Miriam Newhouse and Wendell Smith Production Designer: Daniel van Heyst Technical Director: Alastair Elliot Stage Manager: Syliva Betts