The Death of Me
by Norm Foster
Halo Productions - Winnipeg, MB
V.9 - Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall 
When John bargains with the Angel of Death for a second chance at life, he quickly discovers that fixing the mistakes of one's past is difficult and perhaps his destiny is not etched in stone. A one-act comedy from Canada's most produced playwright.

The Death of Me was originally produced at Lunchbox Theatre in Calgary, AB in October, 2007. The Death of Me is staged by arrangement with Pam Winter, Gary Goddard Agency,

Mark Balaswit, Sam Cahatol, Angela Froese, Scott Pilgrim

Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12

No Warnings
Wed July 19 10:00 PM
Fri July 21 3:30 PM
Sat July 22 9:00 PM
Mon July 24 1:45 PM
Tue July 25 7:30 PM
Thu July 27 11:15 PM
Fri July 28 5:15 PM
Sat July 29 3:15 PM

The Death of Me

Halo Productions—Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall

Death of Me asks us the questions, would we do anything different if given the chance? We are shown several scenes in which our helpless and perpetual good guy main character tries and fails to turn things around. The story was pretty funny. I did find a lot of humor in the one liners. The play needs a lot of work as it leaves the audience hanging with a lot of questions. The play is very well cast but I felt at times either the actors over did it or underwhelmed me by showing any true emotion. After this play came to a halt 20 minutes early, on a whole I felt underwhelmed and undersold. This play could have explored some cool places but instead chose to play it safe. For me it ended up being a just okay play.

Kaitlyn Kriss