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Written by Peter Morgan
Directed by Dan Gibbins
October 17 – 25, 2014
In 1972, a break-in was foiled at the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee at the Watergate Hotel in Washington DC. Within days a connection had been made with the White House and President Nixon’s closest aides. It unleashed one of the greatest scandals in modern American politics and ended with Nixon’s humiliating resignation. David Frost’s interviews with Richard Nixon drew the largest audience ever for a news interview. Could this British talk-show host, with no known political convictions and a playboy reputation, be the one to elicit an apology from the man who committed one of the biggest felonies in American political history?
Cry Havoc 3
Directed by Aaron Conrad
February 13 – February 21, 2015
The long-anticipated return of Scorpio Theatre’s most beloved franchise! Scorpio has assembled a team of the most talented and highly trained stage fighters imaginable and set them to demonstrate their skills in a series of
scenes, each crafted from the Scorpio Script Forge. Some hilarious, some haunting all thrilling. Every sword strike and bone crunch will leave you on the edge of your seat!
Blood of the Red Queen
Written by: Dan Gibbins
Directed by: Chelsea Millard
May 29 – June 6, 20151947: The fall of Nazi Germany has left the world bracing for a cold war between Russia and America, and political tensions and rivalries run higher than ever. So when the Red Queen of Wonderland is found dead in a Los Angeles alley, America finds itself trapped in a deadly intrigue, caught between the suspicious neighbouring countries of Neverland, Wonderland, and Oz. With each country vying to place the blame on each other, the drums of a new and far more terrifying war begin to pound with America caught in the middle. Jim Hawkins, a Private Eye who specializes in “extraordinary cases” is tasked with unraveling the mystery of Red Queen’s death no matter how far down the rabbit hole the truth may be hidden.