May 14, 2019
By Louis B. Hobson
Imagine a musical about Britain’s MI6 spy agency in which Miss Moneypenny gets top billing and James Bond is a character talked about rather than seen.
That’s essentially what Jonathan Christenson has done in his musical The Invisible: Age of Ungentlemanly Warfare, which has its official world premiere at Vertigo Theatre May 11 to June 9.
Christenson and his Edmonton company Catalyst Theatre collaborated with Vertigo Theatre in 2011 on Nevermore, an homage to Edgar Allan Poe, which became an international hit.
Source: Calgary Herald‹ Back to timeline