A wistful waltz, a cruel kiss, a treacherous tango. The Erotic Irony of Old Glory "are dancing like there's no tomorrow." - Edmonton Fringe Festival Guide, 1989.
A ten minute 1940's radio drama called The Green Coupe gets some serious play on the air waves of eternity, forcing it's characters to complete their murderous activities over and over. Finally, it's enough and the three occupants of the nasty love triangle desperately try to reverse the ending. A wild and wicked physical journey of blood, sweat and tears.
The production ran 1 hour.
1989 Dora award Nominee.
|1991||Firehall Arts Centre, Vancouver, Canada|
|1991||Zap Club, Brighton, England|
|1991||Finborough Theatre, London, England|
|1991||Belltable Arts Centre, Limerick, Ireland|
|1991||St. John's Arts Centre, Listowel, Ireland|
|1991||Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, Ireland|
|1991||The Green Room, Manchester, England|
|1991||Vooruit Centrum, Gent, Belgium|
|1991||Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland|
|1990||Canada Dance Festival, Ottawa, Canada|
|1990||Tarragon Theatre, Toronto, Canada|
|1990||Edmonton Fringe Festival, Edmonton, Canada|
|1989||Edmonton Fringe Festival, Edmonton, Canada|
|1989 (August)||Secret Theatre, Calgary, Canada|
|1989 (January)||Secret Theatre, Calgary, Canada|