An Evening With Death

written and directed by Mike Haddad

There are two certainties in life, and a show about taxes would just be sad.

This show is a collection of pieces all centered around the theme of death. Death touches every person's life, between obsessing about the thought of our own and coping with the loss of those that pass in our time. It is a source of great mystery and fear. Much like the variety of human responses to death, some of these pieces are sad, others darkly humorous, some bitter and others accepting.

About The Director: Mike Haddad has worked as an actor, writer, and director with many local theatre groups including The Opposite of People, Hovey Players, MIT Shakespeare Ensemble, and Devanaugn Theatre. He has appeared on the T@F stage in The Bully Plays, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, and Henry the 4th, and directed our production of Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap earlier this year. He is the Co-Festival Director of the upcoming Festival@First 8: Fractured Fairy-Tales. When not doing theatre, Mike performs live every school day as a high school Latin teacher. He sends love and thanks to his wonderfully supportive wife and two beautiful children.

Performance

ONE NIGHT ONLY! Thursday, June 18, 2015 at 8pm.

An Evening With Death was presented at Unity Somerville, 6 William St., Somerville.

Suggested Donation $5 — General Admission — No reservations required

5 Stages

Elizabeth Hunter

Vickie Wu

Housecall

Ryan MacPherson

Jason Merrill

Imago

Ryan McPherson

Sarah Brinks

Elizabeth Hunter

Alice Hunter

Jason Merrill

Richie DeJesus

Vickie Wu

Kiss

Richie DeJesus

Jason Merrill

Gone

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2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Richie DeJesus, Vickie Wu, Alice Hunter

Jason Merrill, Elizabeth Hunter

Sarah Brinks

Ryan McPherson, Richie DeJesus, Elizabeth Hunter, Jason Merrill

Jason Merrill, Sarah Brinks

Ryan MacPherson, Richie DeJesus

Dinner with Friends

Richie DeJesus

Vickie Wu

Sarah Brinks

Ryan McPherson

Production Team

Director

Program Director

Asst. Program Director

Mike Haddad

J. Deschene

Elizabeth Hunter