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Lo (or Dear Mr. Wells)

Until February 24, Neptune Theatre in Halifax presents Lo (or Dear Mr. Wells), Rose Napoli’s gripping exploration of sex, power and control between a high-school teacher and his protégé-turned-lover. Recently we spoke with Assistant Director (Chrysalis Apprentice) Andrew Chandler about what audiences can expect.

When and why did you first become interested in theater? I adapted, directed and starred in a grade 5 production of "Sylvester and the Magic Pebble" at lunch time, but after that, it took until mid-way through a music degree at Mount Allison to discover that theatre was calling. I was playing percussion in the pit band for the school musical, and found myself thinking "those folks on stage sure look like they're having a lot of fun"... the following year, I auditioned for the show, and shortly thereafter, I moved away from classical percussion, and more towards theatre.  
Are they the same reasons that you continue to be involved today? I think I was drawn …

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