The Magician's Nephew

date. March 2014

venue. Centrepointe Theatres

credits. C.S. Lewis, Aurand Harris

The Magician’s Nephew is the first of seven stories in The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis. It is the tale about a boy named Digory and his friend Polly who are tricked by his whimsical Uncle Andrew into embarking on a series of magical adventures. They are brought into other worlds where they encounter the selfish Queen Jadis from an enchanted declining land, and the powerful lion Aslan from the newly created Narnia. Can Digory complete the task he’s given by Aslan to ensure the safety of Narnia and the restored health of his dying mother?

Presented as part of the 2014 Season "Into the Wardrobe" celebrating the works of C.S. Lewis 50 years after his death.

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THE ARTISTIC TEAM

ELIZABETH CHANT (Properties Designer) | GEORGE DUTCH (Dramaturge) | JONATHAN HARRIS (Artistic Director) | MIKE KOSOWAN (Assistant Director / Stage Director) | SUSAN MARRINER (Graphic Designer) | MARGARET SMITH (Composer, Musical Director) | GRACE SOLMAN (Puppet Designer) | JOHN SOLMAN (Lighting Designer) | EMILY SOUSSANA (Set Designer) | MISHELLE STOTT (Costume Designer, Hair & Make-up Designer) 


THE PRODUCTION TEAM

SIAMAK ABRISHAMI (Production Photographer) | KYLE AHLUWALIA (Technical Director) | FLO ALEXANDER (Production Assistant) | CAROLYN BARRETT BARNES (Set Builder) | CHRYSTAL CANN (Associate Producer) | ELIZABETH CHANT (Assistant Stage Manager) | DIANNE DROOGH (Hair & Make-up Artist) | JONATHAN HARRIS (Executive Producer) EVELYN JOST (Hospitality Coordinator) | LOGAN MILLER (Stage Manager) | SARAH NIEMAN (Assistant Stage Manager) | RACHEL-DAWN WALLACE (Production Manager)

THE CAST & MUSICIANS

NICHOLAS AMOTT (Narnia Monkey) | CAROLINE BALDWIN (Narnia Bird) | DARREN EMERY (Digory) | GABRIELLE LAZAROVITZ (Queen Jadis) | JEFF LEFEBVRE (Narnia Bear) | MARTAIN PEARSON (Cello) | JANET RICE (Aunt Letty) | BEKAH SHIREY (Narnia Rabbit) | MARGARET SMITH (Keyboard) | SARAH STAPLETON (Polly) | KEN TUCKER (Aslan) | PAUL WASHER (Uncle Andrew)