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All trails lead to the saloon

13 March 2009

Some photos from Western Canada Theatre’s production of The Man Who Shot Chance Delaney by Ian Weir, directed by Johnna Wright. Photos by Murray Mitchell.

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Brewster (with Naomi Wright and Mia Ingimundson)

Brewster (with Naomi Wright and Mia Ingimundson)

Brewster (with Bob Frazer, Naomi Wright, Mia Ingimundson and Peter Anderson)

Brewster (with Bob Frazer, Naomi Wright, Mia Ingimundson and Peter Anderson)

 

 

Red Bodine

Red Bodine

 

Editor (with Peter Anderson, Naomi Wright and Brian Linds)

Editor (with Peter Anderson, Naomi Wright and Brian Linds)

 

Mayor (with Naomi Wright, Brian Linds, Mia Ingimundson and Peter Anderson)

Mayor (with Naomi Wright, Brian Linds, Mia Ingimundson and Peter Anderson)

 

The Cast: Bob Frazer, Naomi Wright, Kristian Truelsen, Mia Ingimundson, Brian Linds and Peter Anderson

The Cast: Bob Frazer, Naomi Wright, Kristian Truelsen, Mia Ingimundson, Brian Linds and Peter Anderson

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2 comments

  1. Am I the only one who sees a ‘red vest’ theme among the many characters? Message? Symbolism? Forgetful dresser?


  2. Surely, Mister S, you cannot be unfamiliar with shows in which actors wear a basic costume with alternative pieces added for different characters? This was, overall, a “hat” show. That my vest stands out among the earthy tones of others’ costumes is less a “theme” and more a reflection of the city origin of one character and the name “Red” of another. That, and an aid to draw your eye away from the superior acting elsewhere on stage.



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