Pasadena Little Theatre
Houston, Texas

Oct. 15 - 31, 2021

South Simcoe Theatre

May 5th - 22nd, 2022​

Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Scotland, UK

August 2022

Centre Wakefield la Peche
Wakefield, Quebec

May 2020 (postponed)

Vagabond Theatre
Cornwall, Ontario

April 2020 (postponed)

Ottawa Little Theatre
Ottawa, Ontario

Feb 2022 (If limits allow)

Curtain Club Theatre
Richmond Hill, Ontario
Jan/Feb 2020

Sawmill Playhouse
Dartmouth, N.S.

February 2019

Tsawwassen Arts Centre
Vancouver, B.C.
September 2018

The Gladstone
Ottawa, Ontario

August 2017

The Avalon Studio
Ottawa, Ontario

August 2016
Nov/Dec 2016



Burn by John Muggleton

In this psychological thriller, Robert, Samira and David are awaiting the arrival of a recently departed friend’s daughter, Eve. Although insure of the reason for her request to meet, they are prepared to welcome her with warm and open arms.  They all have history. Eve’s father, Paul, was a famous horror writer, as was Robert’s wife who went missing about six years ago, vanishing without a trace. Much to everyone’s concern, the mysterious Eve seems to know a lot about Tara’s disappearance and her comments and questions cause great unease. Just as Robert, Samira and David realize there is something undeniably eerie about Eve, she insists on telling a ghost story. A story filled with secrets of Robert’s past.

Nominated for 16 awards

"Burn is a highly suspenseful ghost story that holds you in its fiery grip right up until the final moments” 
- Onstage Ottawa

Psychological Thriller
100 minutes; no intermission (optional with permission)
4 characters (2 m, 2 f)
2 minor characters in voice over