It started as a sudden strange fancy: Polly Perks needed to join the army to find her lost brother. Except that in Borogravia, women aren’t allowed to join the army, or do much of anything interesting, really. A haircut, a change of clothes, and an extra pair of socks later, Polly is now Private Oliver Perks, marching off to war as part of the finest army on the Discworld, joined by a (reformed) vampire with a coffee habit, a lieutenant who cuts himself on his sword hand during practice, and the most legendary sergeant in Borogravia. And the enemy are looking for them…

From the company that brought Terry Pratchett’s Mort to last year’s Fringe, comes another Pratchett favourite from the best-selling Discworld series.

Presented at the Toronto Fringe Festival (www.fringetoronto.com).

All performances in the piano lounge at Pauper's Pub
539 Bloor St. West

July 5, 7:00PM
July 6, 7:00PM
July 7, 2:00PM
July 12, 7:00PM
July 13, 7:00PM
July 14, 2:00PM

$11 in advance
$10 at the door

Polly Perks - Sarah White
Sgt. Jackrum - Alex Dallas
Igor - Kasia Dyszkiewicz
Lt. Blouse - Dave Heppenstall
Carborundum - Jason Manella
"Lofty" Tewt - Rebekah Manella
"Wazzer" Goom - Julia Mathieson
"Tonker" Halter - Sarah D. McCarthy
Maladict - Paul Tamm
"Shufti" Manickle - Ashlie White
Cpl. Strappi, Otto von Chriek, Keep Captain, Lord Rust - Justen Bennett
Cmdr. Vimes, Capt. Horentz, Pvt. Hauptfidel, Gen. Kzupi - Basel Daoud
Sgt. Angua, Sgt. Lipschitz, Mrs. Enid, Maj. Clogston - Annie Fairfoul
Landlord, Cpl. Scallot, William de Worde, Sgt. Towering, Gen. Froc - S. R. Kriger

Director - Liz Bragg
Stage Manager - Amanda O'Halloran
Costume Design - Victoria Banjavcic and Louise Pattenden
Fights - Vanessa Graymason
Graphic Design - Jonathan East
Photography - Juliana Brown


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