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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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Moving Along

The writing is as electric as the chair, and the performance will make you gasp.

Edmonton Journal

An Evolved Script. Radical new sound technology. An ingenious theatrical feat.
A fast and furious examination of a strange but common life. Award-winner Chris Craddock shares snapshots of his past while confined to an “Electro-Chair” equipped with lights and all-new sound which he controls himself to dramatic effect. Moving at a breakneck pace, he reveals stories of relationships both good and bad – resulting in a hilarious and touching dream-like monologue of unmatched technical precision. Presenting a radical sound design created by phenom Dave Clarke and an evolved script that includes Craddock’s journey since the play’s original creation.

READ: Moving Along History

READ: Interview with Dave Clarke

READ: Director’s Note

WATCH: Excerpts from Moving Along

 

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