Melissa MacPherson; Image by dbphotographics
CATALYST THEATRE (EDMONTON)
The Invisible: Agents of Ungentlemanly Warfare
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY JONATHAN CHRISTENSON
A musical tour-de-force.
Inspired by the true stories of female special operations executives (SOEs) during WWII, The Invisible is an incredible genre-busting mash-up of historical research, film-noir, graphic novels, and musical theatre.
France. 1940. Seven female SOEs (The Invisible) risk everything to fight a dangerous war of sabotage, propaganda, and espionage. Breaking with decorum and defying expectations, these exceptional women help bring down the greatest threat of their time, only to go completely unseen.
Section A+: $59
Section A: $52
Section B: $46
Section C: $26
Section D: $10
APR 29, 30: 7:30 PM
APR 30: 2:00 PM
MAY 4-7: 7:30 PM
MAY 1, 7: 2:00 PM
Script and Songs Written by Jonathan Christenson
Directed by Jonathan Christenson
Set, Lights, Costumes and Projections Designed by Bretta Gerecke
Choreographed by Laura Krewski
Music and Musical Direction by Jonathan Christenson and Matthew Skopyk
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FOR THE SHOW
“Tension is wrought through great writing, staging and performance.”
–The Edmonton Journal
“Uniquely funny, moving and suspenseful”
“This show takes a dash of Captain America, a dollop of Agent Carter, and a fistful of Wonder Woman, and adds the sensibility of Bob Fosse.”
–The Globe and Mail
“The music seethes with energy and passion”
–The Calgary Herald
The Invisible Ensemble; Images by dbphotographics