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On January 13, 2015 Theatre Network lost their home of The Roxy Theatre – which left a hole in the arts community and on 124 Street in Edmonton.

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“Your mother was a monkey and when you were born you didn’t hold on to her and you fell out of a tree and landed in donkey poop.”

Craddock and Pirot are nothing short of brilliant in their convincing portrayals, evoking a range of emotions in the audience from sadness to joy.

Calgary Herald

Stevie and Darryll are laying awake in their double bed, staring up at the dark ceiling. They can’t sleep because they’re waiting for their dad to tell them a story about Justin Crocodile Face and the jungle swamp. They wait. And wait. World-famous novelist Jed McGriffen can’t tuck his boys in tonight because he’s stuck in dream. As he travels through a sequence of memories, he converses with Jesus and the devil, and searches for any sign of hope. Written and performed by two of Alberta’s finest award-winning actors, Faithless is engaging, heart-warming and laugh-out-loud funny.

Starring: Steve Pirot and Chris Craddock
Director: Marianne Copithorne
Sound Designer: Aaron Macri
Lighting Designer: Kerem Cetinel
Stage Manager: Shauna Murphy

READ: Creating Faithless

READ: Director’s Note

WATCH: Trailer for Faithless

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