Far from the safety of the Refuge lies the City of Corinth, a broken place that once called itself New York. From the ashes, John Prophet emerged, uniting disparate groups and pushing out rival gangs. The city lay in – well, not quite peace – but a state of sanctity for some years, before a new force entered: The Republic.
But on this day, no one decries the Republic. These soldiers, with their guns and ships, are turning on electricity and promising freedom. There is music, parades, fireworks. No one sees the looming shadow behind them. No one sees that behind their promises of good will, lies an iron fist.
While dark shadows grow behind the wake of a parade, Luke and Maria find themselves headed down an uncertain path, while all is not quiet outside the gates of the Refuge.
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Written/Directed/Produced by Fred Greenhalgh
- Kate Gurney as Maria
- Philip Hobby as Luke
- Paul Drinan as John Prophet
- Chris Newcomb as David
- Burke Brimmer as Chris
- Richard Mac as Richard
- Reggie Hodges as Lucian
- Gary Hauger as Don
- Gary Dixon as Foreman
- PG Lorusso as Rebel 1
- Nat Angstrom as Rebel 2
- Brent Askari as Saul
- Nate Speckman as Republic 1
- Adam Araujo as Republic 2
- Dylan Chestnutt as Zeke
- Samantha Mason as Woman
- Field sound: Randall Farr
- Production assistance: David Turner and Samantha Mason
- Sound design by Matthew Boudreau
- Original score by Hubert Campbell
- Additional sound by Mind’s Eye Productions
This production was recorded on location at the North Dam Mill in Biddeford Maine and other locations in Southern Maine
Special thanks to:
Jennifer Stonehouse, Black Kettle Farm, Carolyn Gosselin, Doug Sanford, the City of Biddeford, Tammy Ackerman, Amy Titcomb, Bill Dufris, Coffee by Design, WMPG, RODE Microphones, the ZOOM Corporation, United States Military Academy Band