In Eastern Front Theatre‘s newest production, author/performer Lindsay Kyte gives viewers a different taste of Cape Breton history. From its onset, Tompkinsville firmly establishes itself in the 1930s town of Reserve Mine where the stark flavour of defeat hangs heavy in the air; men and their families are being oppressed by the almost omnipresent Dominion Company which has no qualms about giving the town inhabitants far less than their fair share.


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Carey Bray is a Halifax author, painter, actor, director, and photographer. A graduate from Acadia University, he is an award-winning poet and freelancer. He enjoys movies, Canadian Fiction, and Batman. Twitter: @rabbatman Instagram: @abrayinthelife If interested in purchasing art, email Carey at All posted paintings are created by Carey Bray and potentially for sale upon request.

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