Fire in the Stable by Ed Schroeter

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It's 1759. On the eve of the Battle for Quebec, General James Wolfe is sick with fever and burning with ambition. The spirit of his enemy, French commander Louis-Joseph Montcalm, rises from Wolfe's unconscious mind and forces a confrontation. The play won third prize in the Annual Canadian One Act Playwriting Competition.

Year Printed: 1999
First produced in 1998 at Riverfest, Brockville, Ontario, by Walking Shadow Theatre.

Running Time: 70 minutes

Acts: 1

Male Cast: 3
Other Cast: 1