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It’s a testament to the talents of these two great actors, who help set up the show’s tension and then tear it down with comedic relief.The pair also has an unmistakable chemistry with one another, creating an intimate connection between both sets of characters.It’s a powerful and haunting effect, creating a sense of horror where time seems to slow down as bodies burn.The comedic moment of the night belongs to a clever dance performance by Monica and Mac in their roles of Ajax and Gertie in the second act, proving again that dance and movement are as important to the show as the music and drama.In the main plot, they play the key characters of Dennis and Laura O’Brien, but in the subplot they play Ajax the strong man and his wife/assistant Gertie.

Mac Fyfe and Monica Dottor perform in dual roles, here as strong man Ajax and his wife/assistant Gertie, with Liam Davidson as George O’Brien (photo: Wayne Eardley, courtesy of Wayne Eardley Photography) The O’Brien children — Irene (Frances Loiselle), Joe (Justin Laurie), George (Liam Davidson), Kay (Maude Rose Craig), and baby Michael (Eli Fisher/Kolton Menzies) — bring a lot to the table in their roles, with the stand-out being Liam Davidson as George, who takes much of the second act on his shoulders.

The Hero of Hunter Street recounts the impact of the 1916 Quaker Oats factory explosion and fire from the perspective of the O'Brien family (photo: Wayne Eardley, courtesy of Wayne Eardley Photography) is a hybrid of fact and fiction about the family of Dennis and Laura O’Brien, and how their lives were changed forever by one of the most severe tragedies in Peterborough’s history — the night on December 11th, 1916 when the Quaker Oats factory exploded and burned to the ground.

The play is a delicately written tapestry that weaves a lot within its script.

explores the grief, as well as the strength, of the O’Brien family as they struggle to survive in the wake of the tragedy.

It takes a lot of people to recreate an entire community, and director Kim Blackwell uses her huge cast well.