Bradley Dore is Peter Fechter

Peter Fechter: 59 Minutes

by Jordan Tannahill

January 10-22, 2017

Presented at the PCL Studio Theatre
in the ATB Financial Arts Barns
10330 84 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

“An intricate theatrical achievement.”
-Liz Nicholls, 12th Night

1962, East Berlin. A teenage boy lies in the Death Strip with a fatal bullet wound to the pelvis after an attempt to escape to the West. For 59 minutes, his body remains where it fell – in full view of Western onlookers and Eastern guards. As he dies, Peter’s hearing intensifies and the voices of the people he loves come back to him in his final hour.

Inspired by the death of the real Peter Fechter, one of the first people killed while attempting to cross the Berlin Wall, Tannahill’s play is an ode to risk and love in the face of oppression.

Across this city and farther, maybe everywhere, people are destroying themselves for love.
Featuring
Bradley Doré
With
Michele Fleiger
Morgan Grau
Doug Mertz
Sound Design by
Misha Hlebnicov
Production Design by
Stephanie Bahniuk
Stage Manager/Asst. Sound Designer/Dramaturge
Kiidra Duhault
Produced by
Jessica Glover
Directed by
Harley Morison

This is a Canadian Actors’ Equity Association production under the Artists’ Collective Policy.

Bradley Doré, Peter.

Michele Fleiger, Mother.

Morgan Grau, Helmut

Doug Mertz, Father.

Stephanie Bahniuk, Set, Lighting and Costume Designer.

Kiidra Duhault, Stage Manager, Asst. Sound Designer & Dramaturge.

 

Jessica Glover, Producer.

Misha Hlebnicov, Sound Designer.

Harley Morison, Director.