Aiden Flynn Lost His Brother So He Makes Another

a wordless Frankenstein’s-Monster story
Aiden Flynn’s family is falling apart. To put it back together he makes a creature from scraps and teaches it how to be his brother. When society does not accept this creature Aiden’s love is challenged. It is a story about love, loss, acceptance and family told through movement, music and shadow puppets.

Award Recipient:
Best English Theatre Production – Montreal Fringe 2014

Nominated for:
Mainline Creativity Award – Montreal Fringe 2014
Saskatoon and Area Theatre Awards 2016:
Outstanding Production
Outstanding Lead Performance [Female] – Danielle Spilchen
Outstanding Direction
Outstanding Ensemble
Outstanding Composition/SFX/Music Direction

story by Nathan Howe & Morgan Murray
music by Nathan Howe & Derek Desroches
Directed by Nathan Howe
Morgan Murray as Aiden
Danielle Spilchen as Brother
and musicians
Jared Beattie as Scruffy
Robert Grier as Scrawny
Derek Desroches as Bird Brain

set design by Rowan Pantel
projections by Maureen Schimnowsky
costumes by Amberlin Hsu
lights by Jared Beattie
dance choreography by Alex Hartshorn
Stage Managed by Grahame Kent

Saskatoon, SK – Live Five – January 7-10, 14-17

Montreal, QC – Centaur Theatre’s WildSide Festival (Jan 7-17)
Regina, SK – IPUFF+ Festival (May 29-30 @7pm)
Swift Current, SK – Chautauqua Festival (July 10-11)
Edmonton, AB – Fringe Festival (Aug 13-23)

Montreal, QC (June 12-22)
Toronto, ON (July 2-13)
Winnipeg, MB (July 16-27)
Saskatoon, SK (July 31-Aug 9)
Wells, BC – Sunset Theatre (Aug 29-30)
Vancouver, BC (September 4-14)

Thank You!: Creative Saskatchewan, Wide Open Theatre, The Murrays, The Spilchens, The Howes, Maureen Schimnowsky, Brittany Lloyd, Anthony MacMahon, Lauren Allen, Caitlin Robson, Natahna Bargen, Gabrielle Dufresne, Laura Andreas, Rosemary Stephanson, Charlie Peters, Kate Herriot, Joel Bernbaum, Anonymous.