by Kevin Dyer
Freddie receives a mysterious text from his dad, a soldier fighting in a faraway war. He is in trouble and only his son can help. Transported to the twisting, turning labyrinth of ancient Minos, Freddie must travel through time to fulfill his destiny. Can he slay the half-bull, half-man Minotaur and rescue his father?
Kevin Dyer, playwright
54 pgs. 12 characters (originally performed with 6 actors)
Originally co-produced by Young People’s Theatre, Canada, and Polka Theatre, UK, in 2014
Run Time: 70 minutes
Audience Recommendation: 9+
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“A ripping yarn: exciting, fast-paced”– The Guardian
“First class… Funny and inventive.” –What’s On Stage
“A treat for any young person with a vivid imagination.” –Everything Theatre
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Photos 1 and 3 below: Jakob Ehman (Freddie), Cyrus Lane (Minotaur), #3. Jeffrey Wetsch (Dad), Jakob Ehman (Freddie) in Minotaur at the Young People’s Theatre (Toronto, Canada) in 2014. Set design by Jung-Hye Kim, costume design by Robin Fisher and lighting design by Kimberly Purtell.
Photos 2 and 4 below: James Hirst (Dad), Ben Scott (Freddie) in Minotaur at Polka Theatre in 2014. Photos by Robert Workman.
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