Teatro La Quindicina – Studio 19

Lost Lemoine

Project Summary

Teatro La Quindicina Presents…Teatro Film Fest!

Three delectable digital offerings served up for consumption in the comfort of your own home!

Lost Lemoine: Part 1

A collection of short plays by Stewart Lemoine

From the Alberta prairie to a Hungarian meadow to a ghastly mansion in Jotunheim, this hilarious medley of rarely seen miniature plays will take you on a riotous journey through the mind of our favourite playwright, stopping off for portentous pie along the way!

Lost Lemoine: Part 2

A Second Round of Seconds by Stewart Lemoine

In this vivacious one-act, a group of strangers are brought together in unconventional circumstances, and then propelled onto a frolicsome romantic journey with abundant hijinks and a ticking-down clock!

A Fit, Happy Life

Our third streaming production is a new play, built (like the Varscona Theatre itself) on the foundations of an old one. A Fit, Happy Life presents an unusually eventful morning in the career of a dedicated department store bed salesman. Mathew Hulshof portrays the earnest mattress expert Mike Brack, with Kristen Padayas returning to Teatro at full-tilt as a formidable array of customers. Stewart Lemoine and Belinda Cornish direct, and the stage manager is Rachel Rudd.


Jocelyn Ahlf, Helen Belay, Oscar Derkx, Jesse Gervais, Andrea House, Mathew Hulshof, Mark Meer, Kristen Padayas, Josh Travnik, and Gianna Vacirca.

Directed by Belinda Cornish and Stewart Lemoine

Director of Photography: Adam Kidd

Original music by Erik Mortimer

Stage managers: Nancy Yuen and Rachel Rudd

“We at Teatro are always thrilled by a challenge – and what a challenge the past year has been!
So we’re looking on the current pause of live theatre as an opportunity to explore new possibilities, and to pogo – yes, pogo! – with joyful abandon into a new medium through which we can share even more uproarious fun!”

For tickets and more information, visit TeatroQ.com

This project was made possible by the generous support of the EPCOR Heart and Soul Fund, Edmonton Community Foundation, The Edmonton Arts Council, The Alberta Foundation for the Arts and the FAVA – Studio 19 project.

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