When There's Nothing Left to Burn
A dark political drama set in a fictional North American city under siege from a series of bus bombings. A pair of twisted police investigators cracks down on a group of militant activists. Young lovers search for beauty in the shadows. And a cunning political strategist and her ambitious candidate take full advantage of the opportunities at hand.
When There's Nothing Left to Burn has not yet had a professional production. The play was commissioned by the University of Lethbridge, after it won their national "Fiction at Fifty" playwriting competition. The play premiered as a student production at the University of Lethbridge in November 2017. The play has recently been workshoped at Crow's Theatre (Toronto), and also at Horseshoes & Hand Grenades Theatre (Ottawa), who presented a staged reading of the play at The Gladstone Theatre. Inquiries about this new play can be sent to the playwright's agent.