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Local in World Class Festival

 

If you’re heading to Edmonton in the next week, you may find yourself part of North America’s oldest Fringe Theatre Festival. Over 500,000 people will watch over 100 live shows, and one Fort St. John resident is in the middle of it.

Chalene Scott, a local actress and member of the Flesh Theatre company, is currently performing , Box, or the Incredible Impact of the Totally Made Up, and will be four more times over the next week. The show, completely created by Scott and her cast mates, is a wild adventure with heartfelt moments.

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And true to Fort St. John form, Scott surprised her Edmonton fringe companions with her eagerness to be performing theatre in Edmonton.

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This is not the only stop for Scott as well. Her company has completed most of the Canadian Fringe Theatre circuit, doing shows in Montreal, Saskatoon, and will later make the trip up to Fort St. John. Here they will be hosting 5 days of acting workshops designed to teach locals 14 and up the basics about directing, acting, script analysis, lighting, and more, and will conclude with a performance of their show.

For more information about Flesh’s theatre workshops, or their show you can go to either www.stagenorth.ca , or www.wix.com/inthefleshtheatre/fringetour .

 

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