Following a successful run of a previous show at the 2019 New York Frigid Festival, Midtwenties Theatre Society is proud to present DEMON, a dark, poetically twisted original play about adolescent identity in the face of malevolent transformation. Produced by the same duo that brought you “Persephone’s Cave”, DEMON is written and performed by Beau Han Bridge, directed by Shelby Satterthwaite, and premieres at the St. Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival, June 7 to 16th at Black Theatre Workshop.
Box-Office: 514-849-FEST / www.montrealfringe.ca
Tickets: 12$+ 2,50$ (Service charge)
Venue: VENUE 8 | Black Theatre Workshop
3680 Rue Jeanne-Dance, Montreal, QC
SHOWDATES: June 7th - June 16th, 2019
DEMON is directed by emerging director and actress Shelby Satterthwaite. Her previous directing credits include Persephone’s Cave (2019 New York Frigid Festival), Midnight Kiss Ass (Open Performance Showcase) and Gramophone (2019 Ignite Youth Festival). Acting credits include The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant (Midtwenties Theatre), Seven Minutes in Heaven (Eternal Theatre Collective), The Sound (Tomo Suru Players), and several independent films and student shorts.
Beau Han Bridge is a Chinese-Canadian director, writer, and actor. In 2017, he created Midtwenties Theatre Society, a non-profit theatre company, to produce original plays that focus on adolescent stories and coming-of-age themes. He directed the company’s first two original productions of Above The Hospital and Molly Misbegotten (both penned by him) and his work has received press coverage from several national media outlets, including CBC and The Vancouver Sun. He is also a regular film actor with small-role appearances in CW’s Izombie (2019), Netflix’s Death Note (2017), and CBC’s The Romeo Section (2016).