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Kirsten’s second play, Meet the
teacher Creature, received a one-week workshop and its first public reading as part of the new play series at Lighthouse Festival Theatre, supported by Canada Council. It then had a second public reading at Curio theatre, in Philadelphia, USA. It was picked up to premiere at The Red Barn Theatre (Canada’s oldest professional summer theatre) but an arsonist torched the theatre one night while Kirsten was flying to a speaking engagement in the UK. The Red Barn didn’t receive a needed grant for a rebuild. Meet the teacher Creature is not the bad luck play — that is still Macbeth.
About the play: Six small-town high school teachers get together one evening to enjoy a mafia-mystery dinner-party-game. Their real-life character flaws lead to deadly disaster and the teachers end up in a flight of wit and Internet savvy to save their own careers and lives. Funny, frank and foetal-position suspenseful — it will keep audiences guessing until the final breath.
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Kirsten’s first play, Second Night Syndrome, is coming soon.