Photo by Steven McLellan featuring Jamie Cavanagh, Cass Van Wyck and Breanna Dillon

The Huns

By Michael Ross Albert

A menacing, new workplace comedy about millennial anxieties, minor revolutions, and modern-day barbarians.
The morning after a break-in at a tech company, three co-workers assemble for a conference call to discuss the burglary. What starts as a civilized, professional meeting swiftly devolves into a brutal showdown that puts everyone’s careers — and their hopes for future happiness — in jeopardy.
 

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"An outstanding production with acute insight into the modern workplace. "

NOW Magazine

"A thrilling hour of relatable madness."

Istvan Reviews

"It made me laugh, it made me angry, I felt anxious and sad and so many other things I couldn’t articulate if I tried, and that is something rare in any theatre..."

Stage Door Toronto

"It’s funny, it’s moving, it’s fantastically sharp in both technical execution and societal incision"

My Entertainment World

"Razor-sharp, brutally honest..."

Life with More Cowbell

Production Details

1 Male

2 Female

Additional off-stage voice performances required.

60 minutes

By Michael Ross Albert

Production History

The Huns premiered at the Toronto Fringe Festival in 2019 and was among the first Fringe plays performed at Streetcar Crowsnest’s Guolien Theatre, in a production helmed by Crow’s Theatre’s own associate artistic director, Jessie-nominated Marie Farsi.
The production was named Patron’s Pick of Streetcar Crownest’s Guolien Theatre and was selected for a remount at the 2019 Best of Fringe Festival.

The Huns Poster – Graphic Design by Michael Wielgomas

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