The former lady of the house is haunting the place, everyone is turning into werewolves, and somewhere there is a trip to Egypt thrown in. That’s the premise behind The Mystery of Irma Vep. This Victorian melodrama features at least 60 costume changes per actor and delights the audience with quick changes and a lot of laughs. Veteran actor Steven Epp takes us behind the wig! Educators' Guide

Photos graciously provided by Michal Daniel Photography. Watch for an upcoming MNO segment on Michal’s dynamic theater photography!

Artist Bio:
Steven Epp has been an actor in the Twin Cities for 25 years. He’s played Tartuffe, Hamlet, Gulliver, and Curusoe. Most of his career was spent on the stage with Theatre de la Jeune Lune, which closed its doors in 2008. Today, Steven still is considered a master of farce and quick change. In his current performance at the Jungle Theatre, Steven reunites with fellow actor Bradley Greenwald and director Joel Sass in the Mystery of Irma Vep.

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