The Shat, greatest of all living actors, must reconcile all of his roles as he fights a battle to save the most important man in the universe - himself!
Genre and Content
Adult language,Violence,Loud noises
Seat Reservations and Show Tickets
|Add to Schedule||Date||Time||Venue||Reservation Price||Ticket Options||Quantity||Purchase|
|08/04||7:00 PM||Mixed Blood Theatre||$3.00||
|08/06||8:30 PM||Mixed Blood Theatre||$3.00||
|08/07||5:30 PM||Mixed Blood Theatre||$3.00||
|08/09||5:30 PM||Mixed Blood Theatre||$3.00||
|08/12||2:30 PM||Mixed Blood Theatre||$3.00||
Reviews for: The Complete Works of William Shatner (abridged)
Cast and Crew
Edwin is very happy to be working with Rooftop Theatre Company once again, having played The Park Ranger in “Death in Yosemite”, and Thing-Moriarty in “To Think I Saw It At 221B Baker Street” in the previous two Fringe Festivals. In the 26 years that Edwin Strout has been performing in the Twin Cities theater community, he has worked with over 42 different theater companies in over 100 roles. Most recently, he has performed as Armin in “Equivocation” for Walking Shadow Theatre; Ghost/Gravedigger in “Hamlet” and Finbar in “The Weir” for Wayward Theatre Company; Man in “Turn of the Screw” for Hero Now Theatre; and Eygorushka/Pugachov in “Goodbye, Cruel World” for Theatre Pro Rata. Upcoming: Quince/Egeus in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at Park Square Theater.
Cody is glad to be back in a Fringe show after 4 long years of not being in a Fringe show.
Mitch Ross is a recent college graduate based in Minneapolis who has just begun embarking on his professional career and is excited to not only be making his debut with Rooftop Theater Company but his Fringe Festival Debut as well.
J NewstromDirector / Shatner
J has directed several shows at the Minnesota Fringe including "Death in Yosemite, Top Gun: The Musical" and "The Complete Works of William Shatner (abridged)," . Enjoying a twisted sense of humor J is also directing "A Family Friendly Pulp Fiction" being performed at Theatre In The Round.
Tim Wick is a freelance playwright who has written past Fringe hits "Death in Yosemite, Top Gun: The Musical," and "To Think That I Saw it at 221B Baker Street." In addition to co-writing "Next" for the 2019 Fringe, he has also written "A Family Friendly Pulp Fiction (Not Appropriate for Families)," which is almost entirely unlike this show. Tim is also the Artistic Director of Fearless Comedy Productions.