ROVE: The Legend of Rusty Point is a twisted fairy tale featuring talking geese, textile artist oracles, irrational border guards, extreme-fitness trolls, buskers (of course), an invisible bus, lost sisters–one of daylight and one of shadow–and much, much, more!
ROVE will ask audience members to choose to follow one sister or another as their quests to become queen collide and separate, before reuniting as they near the end of their journeys.
Come be enchanted. You’ve walked the path in daily travel. Now look closer—see the cracks where blood dries the colour of rust and the buried story makes its longed-for escape. Enter a portal between 2 worlds and experience the journey of long-lost sisters separated as children, re-united by chance. Or fate? Divide your sympathies. Choose a path.
Extra notes for the audience:
This is an hour-long, outdoor, roving, site-specific piece so wear good footwear and dress warmly for inclement weather. Beware of goose poop! Flashlights are also welcomed and encouraged!
You can find us on page 42 of the Fringe Guide.
Read a review on Plank Magazine here.
Read a preview from Melanie Minty in the Surrey Now here (about 1/2 way down the article).
Listen to a clip here.
Meet the cast and creative team here.
- Sept 9 | 7:15 pm
- Sept 10 | 7:30 pm
- Sept 11 | 7:00 pm
- Sept 12 | 7:15 pm
- Sept 13 | 5:45 pm
- Sept 14 | 7:00 pm
- Sept 15 | 5:45 pm
- Sept 16 | 5:45 pm
- Sept 17 | 6:00 pm
- Sept 18 | 7:15 pm
ROVE is the intertwined stories of the two sisters Eva (Christina Wells Campbell) and Fäel (Rebecca Walters). Both stories are supported by a large and incredibly talented ensemble comprised of: Corina Akeson, Marcela Caceres, Colleen Costello, Carly Fawcett, Janet Gigliotti, Janet Glassford, Jenn Haffner, Alexis Kellum-Creer, Brian Knox McGugan, Zack Protz, Diana (Dice) Squires, Anäis West, Vernonique West, Troy Young and Andy Yu (Michael Cheng Sept 11). (Yes, we are doing a fringe show with a cast of 17.)
ROVE was written by Christina Wells Campbells and Tara Fynn with Andrew David Long. Choral music composed by Corey Payette. Director Andrew David Long. Choir Tamer: Diana (Dice) Squires
Press release here: ROVE press release