In The Midst of Alarms

Production photos by Jim Smagata

 

 

Three sisters prepare to resist approaching troops in Theatre Erindale’s IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS (from L: Claire Sherwood, Julia Taylor, Kaitlyn Alexander)

Women seek solace in religion in Theatre Erindale’s IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS (Julia Taylor and Company)


Before the Charge in Theatre Erindale’s IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS (from L: Nicholas Potter, Brian Postalian, Adrian Beattie, Mark Palinski)


The Charge in Theatre Erindale’s IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS (from L: Nicholas Potter, Christian Tribuzio, Evan Williams, Brian Postalian, Adrian Beattie)

A voyage is no threat to conjugal relationships in Theatre Erindale’s IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS.

A bevy of 1812 beauties reads letters from the battlefront in Theatre Erindale’s IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS.


The war complicates slave relationships in Theatre Erindale’s IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS (Chiamaka Ugwu and Adrian Beattie)

Some women make demanding customers in Theatre Erindale’s IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS.

British and American soldiers encounter each other in a Canadian farmhouse in Theatre Erindale’s IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS (from L: Evan Williams, Wes Payne, Victor Pokinko, Eliza Martin, Natasha Ramondino, Nicholas Potter)



American officers make a discovery in Theatre Erindale’s IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS (from L: Christian Tribuzio, Victor Pokinko)

Images on campground tents in Theatre Erindale’s IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS.

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