OBP June Reading

Make new choices! Take new paths! Try to unlock the secret ending!
Monday June 6 2022, 6:00 pm MDT

A classic cast with a few newer faces. Make new choices! Take new paths! Try to unlock the secret ending!

STARRING
Tory Doctor as Kytius Westwind
David Silvestre as Khulgar
Suchithta Wickremesooriya as Anaax
Justine Westby as Eris
Lauren Culver as Rhoswen
Melody McClellan as Sorshala/ The Architect
Sarah Bostock as Seer/Queen/Aasira/Flox/Samara
Ann Edelstein as La Frena/Tas/Gillian
Rob Mobley as Greymark/Stranger/Caravan Man
Murray Farnell as Man/Titan-Ka/Khazz/Elven Officer/Queen’s Guard/Whisperman
Matthew Schomer as Herald/EnPea-See/Steward/Gareth/Blacksmith
Vee Vargas as The Engineer

Femme Cover: Claire O’Reilly

Stage Manager: Tara Holl
Assistant Stage Manager: Davis Shewchuk

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