“Where do you go all the time?” “Into the Forlornness” “Will I see you again?”
It’s Fritz’s the Shepherd’s last night on Earth. If Bavarian-born Princess Eugenie will light a candle for him at the church down the road, he’ll be free to finally cross over to the other side. But she’s grown accustomed to his visits. Will she let him go without a price?Based on primary source diary accounts of a haunting in 1923, The Forlornness is a script in workshop.
“The Longest Way Home, by BFA Acting graduate Audrey Herold, is an adventurous take on the will-they-won’t-they love story set in the far reaches of Saskatchewan. A group of hot-shot American spies get way more than they bargained for in the Great White North. While they try to ignore the unrequited love issues in the team, a mischievous alliance of Rogue Mounties gives them a run for their money. This is Canadian culture at it’s funniest.“Soul Food Vancouver