Co-written with Eric Rose. Premiered February 2015 at Ghost River Theatre and Alberta Theatre Projects. Directed by Eric Rose.  Now available for touring or subsequent productions.  Three acts, 120 minutes (one intermission). 1F, 4M.  Set design by Patrick du Wors. Lighting design by Kerem Çetinel. Projection design by Wladimir Woyno, Matthew Waddell and Laura Anzola.  Performers: Braden Griffiths, Vanessa Sabourin, David van Belle, Geoff Ewert and Matt McKinney.  Photographs by Ben Laird Photography.  In 1969 Donald Crowhurst, a dark horse in the Golden Globe Around-the-World Solo Sailing Race, appeared on the verge of triumph. But two weeks before he was scheduled to cross the finish line, he disappeared. His trimaran,  Teignmouth Electron , was found floating in the North Atlantic, with no sign of its captain. When his logs were discovered on board, a shocking story began to unfold. Ghost River tells this amazing adventure story using a palette of live video projection and constructed image to explore the art of deception. It’s a visually stunning multimedia journey into the deep waters of a human soul.
       
     
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 Co-written with Eric Rose. Premiered February 2015 at Ghost River Theatre and Alberta Theatre Projects. Directed by Eric Rose.  Now available for touring or subsequent productions.  Three acts, 120 minutes (one intermission). 1F, 4M.  Set design by Patrick du Wors. Lighting design by Kerem Çetinel. Projection design by Wladimir Woyno, Matthew Waddell and Laura Anzola.  Performers: Braden Griffiths, Vanessa Sabourin, David van Belle, Geoff Ewert and Matt McKinney.  Photographs by Ben Laird Photography.  In 1969 Donald Crowhurst, a dark horse in the Golden Globe Around-the-World Solo Sailing Race, appeared on the verge of triumph. But two weeks before he was scheduled to cross the finish line, he disappeared. His trimaran,  Teignmouth Electron , was found floating in the North Atlantic, with no sign of its captain. When his logs were discovered on board, a shocking story began to unfold. Ghost River tells this amazing adventure story using a palette of live video projection and constructed image to explore the art of deception. It’s a visually stunning multimedia journey into the deep waters of a human soul.
       
     

Co-written with Eric Rose. Premiered February 2015 at Ghost River Theatre and Alberta Theatre Projects. Directed by Eric Rose.

Now available for touring or subsequent productions.

Three acts, 120 minutes (one intermission). 1F, 4M.

Set design by Patrick du Wors. Lighting design by Kerem Çetinel. Projection design by Wladimir Woyno, Matthew Waddell and Laura Anzola.

Performers: Braden Griffiths, Vanessa Sabourin, David van Belle, Geoff Ewert and Matt McKinney.

Photographs by Ben Laird Photography.

In 1969 Donald Crowhurst, a dark horse in the Golden Globe Around-the-World Solo Sailing Race, appeared on the verge of triumph. But two weeks before he was scheduled to cross the finish line, he disappeared. His trimaran, Teignmouth Electron, was found floating in the North Atlantic, with no sign of its captain. When his logs were discovered on board, a shocking story began to unfold. Ghost River tells this amazing adventure story using a palette of live video projection and constructed image to explore the art of deception. It’s a visually stunning multimedia journey into the deep waters of a human soul.

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Trailer--Ghost River Theatre's The Last Voyage of Donald Crowhurst