Declassified Video: Case File 318

The Bureau of Bat Shit Crazy covers the events of BBSC Case File 319 (hence the twitter handle). As a sort of promo and prologue to the play, we shot a video that was all about Case File 318 (we even posted some behind the scenes photos from it). Unfortunately it was a bit ambitious and we didn’t have the time to get that video out in time for Ottawa Fringe but here it is now, fully declassified.

In Case File 318, Lexi and Hart are called to the Museum of Nature to investigate a live dinosaur sighting. This being the Bureau of Bat Shit Crazy, investigating where the dinos came from will take Lexi and Hart to some most unexpected place, including 65 million years BC.

Enjoy!


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2 Minutes with Laura Hall


Laura Hall plays Alexia Ashford in The Bureau of Bat Shit Crazy. Here, in this short video interview, you can learn a bit about both of them.


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2 Minutes with Chris Cottrell


Chris Cottrell plays Sean Hart in The Bureau of Bat Shit Crazy. Here, in this short video interview, you can learn a bit about both of them.


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2 Minutes with Meghan Murphy


Meghan Murphy plays Ashley Sheridan in The Bureau of Bat Shit Crazy. Here, in this short video interview, you can learn a bit about both of them.


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2 Minutes With Katie Volkert


Katie Volkert plays the Baroness in The Bureau of Bat Shit Crazy. Here, in this short video interview, you can learn a bit about both of them.


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2 Minutes with Bob Shirley


Ron Langton plays Bob Shirley in The Bureau of Bat Shit Crazy. Here, in this short video interview, you can learn a bit about both of them.


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A quick hello from the cast of BBSC.


From now until the end of June (and end of Fringe), we will be updating the case files of the BBSC fairly regularly. We’ll be bringing you videos with the cast, more photos, reports from rehearsals, and a few great surprises (including some “Ask the Cast” videos – don’t tell them we told you). Keep checking back with us on our way to Ottawa fringe this June. You can also find us on Facebook or Twitter (@CaseFile319).

To start us off, here’s a quick hello from our cast.

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