Main Stage

The 39 Steps

From the novel by John Buchan
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the movie by Alfred Hitchcock
Directed by Marti Maraden

Jan 25, 2012 – Feb 12, 2012
2 hours plus one 15 minute intermission

The 39 Steps is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.

A man framed for a spy’s murder is in a race against time to prove his innocence in a hilarious twist on a Hitchcock classic. Winner of the 2007 Laurence Olivier Award for Best Comedy, Barlow’s adaptation is a delight for action aficionados. Liberally sprinkled with references to John Buchan’s 1915 novel and the film of Alfred Hitchcock, The 39 Steps is an affectionate tribute, a sharp satire, and the most fun you can imagine on stage!

WARNING: Due to the active nature of the show, late comers will only be admitted if balcony seats avaiable.

Read our Q & A with The 39 Steps director, Marti Maraden

Read the preview article from Alex MacPherson of Verb Magazine

Read the preview article from Kristen McEwen of The Carillon

Read the preview article from Joe Couture of the Regina Leader-Post

Read the review by Joe Couture of the Regina Leader-Post: "Globe's on the right path with The 39 Steps"

Read the review by Aidan Morgan of the Prairie Dog magazine

Read the story by Natalie Geddes of News Talk 980

Check out the video from Natalie Geddes of News Talk 980:

David Leyshon Richard Hannay
Andrea Runge Annabella Schmidt/Pamela/Margaret
Gareth Potter Clown 1
Randy Hughson Clown 2
   
Marti Maraden Director
Kristen Holfeuer Assistant Director
John Pennoyer Set/Costume Designer
Louise Guinand Lighting Designer
Daniel Maslany Sound Designer
Kim Bujaczek Stage Manager
Natasha Bean-Smith Assistant Stage Manager
Melanie Rogowski Apprentice Stage Manager

 

 

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