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Littleton Falls Settler Village

Every summer Canadian actors struggle for their first professional gig... Littleton Falls is hiring.

Rosebud, AB
7.33 (357)

Week #1 Show Teaser Littleton Falls Settler Village

In todays episode of "Actors At Work" we catch up with Canadian film icon Geoff Legacy as he details his humble beginnings-- playing a Settler in a small history village. The documentary film crew is given an idea for a new series. Littleton Falls Settler Village is about to get its first close-up in 137 years. Now if only they can find out where the costumes were stored last year.

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A summer job as a Character-Interpreter is a rite of passage for every Canadian actor. "Littleton Falls Settler Village" takes us behind the scenes to follow the dysfunctional lives of its employees through their summer. Think 'Arrested Development' meets every "Edutainment' Interpretive Centre your parents ever dragged you to. In this character-driven comedy you'll meet:
The Director; His pregnant Wife-The Choreographer; That Guy that was in that Film; The Emerging Artist; The New Age Cook...Her #@%$ kids; The 87.6% BS Local Historian; The underwear model from Montreal; Joe from th' Rock- what can play every instrument like a god; The Method Actor; The Musical Theatre Girl...and more.


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Andrew Legg

Writer, Director

Andrew Legg is an Actor, Writer, Director, Improvisor, Espresso artist, Musician and Daddy working throughout Western Canada. He has recently completed and MFA in Directing for Theatre for Young Audiences and Improvisation. As a live performer he has countless stage credits. Filming credits include The Battle of Burgledorf, Sketch Troop, Carl’s Way and Hell on Wheels.

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Jordan Cutbill

Producer, Editor

Jordan is a rare kind of person. With his can-do attitude, no technological hurdle is insurmountable. He lives to empower the team. His vision and creativity drives the innovation that makes this team unique. His discovery process and brainstorming abilities make him the teams’ dynamic pied piper.

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Royal Sproule

Director, Director of Photography

Rally the troops. Build a team. This is our resource guy. Every summer in Drumheller, you’ll find him directing a cast of over 200 actors for the Canadian Badlands Passion Play. Royal offers a fresh approach to worn out solutions. Add to this that he’s an award-winning songwriter and you’re sure to agree that he’s a bit of the all right.

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Reviews (83)

  • Royal's Photo

    Royal S.
    posted 2 years ago

    Dry. Archaic Special FX. Brilliant.
  • Sheldon's Photo

    Sheldon O.
    posted 2 years ago

    The ending was great, that was funny
  • tim's Photo

    tim h.
    posted 2 years ago

    Actually funny, as opposed to shock-and-schlock faux funny. With a beefed-up cast, this could be excellent.
  • Stephanie's Photo

    Stephanie M.
    posted 2 years ago

    There are so many of these historical villages in Canada- lots of people can definitely relate!! Awesome stuff guys- I would watch it!
  • Aana's Photo

    Aana S.
    posted 2 years ago

    Loving it! Fantastic premise, a ton of interesting characters. Can't wait to see more from you guys! :)
  • Jeany's Photo

    Jeany S.
    posted 2 years ago

    I love the beauty. I know that's not the point, but it's there. The cinematography is golden and lovely and gives it a period feel so that I suspend my expertise and wait to be shown the world. I also like the wry humour. And as a mom, I like that I can show this one to my kids. That is a rare nobility - universal human comedy.
  • Sue's Photo

    Sue M.
    posted 2 years ago

    I love it .... Way to go guys!!
  • Rene's Photo

    Rene J.
    posted 2 years ago

    A true Canadian experience. More, please!
  • Mariel's Photo

    Mariel P.
    posted 2 years ago

    Its good
  • Christine's Photo

    Christine C.
    posted 2 years ago

    Love this! I would watch every episode!
  • Alaura's Photo

    Alaura B.
    posted 2 years ago

    As someone who has worked in a historical village I find this incredibly accurate. this is super well done and very funny.
  • David's Photo

    David S.
    posted 2 years ago

    This show has great potential to tell great stories in a funny and relatable way. Great characters!
  • Lyle's Photo

    Lyle P.
    posted 2 years ago

    I'm In!
  • Zach's Photo

    Zach H.
    posted 2 years ago

    epic sh*t!!!!!
  • Coryna's Photo

    Coryna B.
    posted 2 years ago

    i think it is awesome!
  • Shoshanna's Photo

    Shoshanna C.
    posted 2 years ago

    Love it!
  • Susan's Photo

    Susan H.
    posted 2 years ago

    I don't get it?
  • Rachel's Photo

    Rachel T.
    posted 2 years ago

    Fantastic concept. :)
  • rachael's Photo

    rachael g.
    posted 2 years ago

    Hilarious!!!!! Anyone involved in theatre or film probably had to do this at one time! Great writing! :)
  • David's Photo

    David N.
    posted 2 years ago

    I love it :)
  • Wendy's Photo

    Wendy C.
    posted 2 years ago

    Watched several of the others. This is the best idea for Canadian fun and unique characters.
  • stephen's Photo

    stephen e.
    posted 2 years ago

    I've been there and met myself....I mean wet myself...laughing
  • Loretta's Photo

    Loretta E.
    posted 2 years ago

    Didn't really make sense at all, sorry!
  • Keith's Photo

    Keith H.
    posted 2 years ago

    There are so many amazing and hilarious people in these videos!
  • Crystal's Photo

    Crystal I.
    posted 2 years ago

    I like the idea - yes, so many actors have run the gamete of character acting! Imagining giving your 3 minutes dialogue your whole heart for an entire summer cracked me up :)
  • jesse's Photo

    jesse c.
    posted 2 years ago

    i think this will be great
  • Candace's Photo

    Candace M.
    posted 2 years ago

    This is my Fave! :P
  • Kathy's Photo

    Kathy L.
    posted 2 years ago

    Great explanation/overview of the project.
    But you people are funny, funny, funny -- but it doesn't show up so well here.
  • Debbie's Photo

    Debbie J.
    posted 2 years ago

    It is great
  • JP's Photo

    JP R.
    posted 2 years ago

    Good one! Interesting visually and kept me interested, I would watch more for sure. One problem: why is the guy pooping through his underwear?
  • Jamie's Photo

    Jamie h.
    posted 2 years ago

    Fantastic. I like the concept, and definitely have been to these (awful) historical museums.
  • Norma's Photo

    Norma B.
    posted 2 years ago

    Very Funny, keep it coming!!
  • Walter's Photo

    Walter J.
    posted 2 years ago

    this is great!!!
  • Natalie's Photo

    Natalie G.
    posted 2 years ago

    This hilarious story needs to be shared.
  • matt's Photo

    matt g.
    posted 2 years ago

    This is the best Idea I've seen in this competition!!
  • Dylan's Photo

    Dylan M.
    posted 2 years ago

    Who doesn't want to see behind the Burlap curtain? I know I do!
  • Geoff's Photo

    Geoff R.
    posted 2 years ago

    Very promising! Visit my project The Eligible Bachelors!
  • Jodi's Photo

    Jodi M.
    posted 2 years ago

    At first I wasn't sure what to think. But as more videos and information comes out, I am loving it! I can't wait to see more!
  • James's Photo

    James S.
    posted 2 years ago

    Anything with Andrew Legg in it is a winner in my books!
  • Daryl's Photo

    Daryl M.
    posted 2 years ago

    Good stuff!
  • Mel's Photo

    Mel W.
    posted 2 years ago

    Good stuff right thar.
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    phil b.
    posted 2 years ago

  • Jessica's Photo

    Jessica A.
    posted 2 years ago

    Love it! Quality, thoughtful comedy with fantastic actors. It gets all my votes!
  • Tracy's Photo

    Tracy H.
    posted 2 years ago

    Love it!
  • Chris's Photo

    Chris H.
    posted 2 years ago

    Spot on!
  • IAN's Photo

    IAN N.
    posted 2 years ago

    I am not seeing much here that is funny. I find that it is leaning towards boring. Not sure what will keep me watching week to week.
  • John's Photo

    John R.
    posted 2 years ago

    I feel that it is to predictable. Nothing that I was not expecting. It certainly has that small town feeling, which I find boring.
  • Risa's Photo

    Risa B.
    posted 2 years ago

    Looking forward to your next segment!
  • Wally's Photo

    Wally F.
    posted 2 years ago

    what? Such a weird show
  • Melanie's Photo

    Melanie E.
    posted 2 years ago

    I love it! I would definitely watch this if it became a TV show, keep up the great work!
  • Raeann's Photo

    Raeann S.
    posted 2 years ago

    Very nicely filmed. Love the mise en scene! The scenery is not too bad either. Great look and costumes.
  • Jay's Photo

    Jay R.
    posted 2 years ago

    It's so true! These folks have nailed it!
  • Michael's Photo

    Michael A.
    posted 2 years ago

    LOVE IT!
  • Katy's Photo

    Katy R.
    posted 2 years ago

    I was a costumed historical interpreter and I love the idea for the show but after 3 weeks there's still not much to see of the actual show. Do you have a show? Are you sure...?
  • Randall's Photo

    Randall W.
    posted 2 years ago

    Very dry.
  • Alix's Photo

    Alix C.
    posted 2 years ago

    Yay! Great job to all the actors involved in the latest video! Way to use your resources ;)
  • Kari's Photo

    Kari E.
    posted 2 years ago

    These boys are funny!
  • Maggie's Photo

    Maggie M.
    posted 2 years ago

    as a rural albertan I can totally relate to this premise. It reminds me of working at a grain elevator last summer.
  • Tim's Photo

    Tim T.
    posted 2 years ago

    Good idea. I see a lot of potential with this concept having been subjected to many living historical sites across Canada. Good wishes to your campaign!
  • Ben's Photo

    Ben M.
    posted 3 years ago

    True to form - entertaining from start to finish! No elaborate explanations, just continuous story told through artistic integrity.
  • lloy's Photo

    lloy l.
    posted 3 years ago

    fun idea
  • Marie-Michelle's Photo

    Marie-Michelle C.
    posted 3 years ago

    I see the humour, I just wich iit was more dynamic.
  • Janis's Photo

    Janis S.
    posted 3 years ago

    Interesting approach!
  • Brad's Photo

    Brad G.
    posted 3 years ago

    This is going to be great!
  • diane's Photo

    diane n.
    posted 3 years ago

    I do prefer more speech, rather than script for introducing the team. The title caught my attention.
  • Bob's Photo

    Bob D.
    posted 3 years ago

    Ahhh yes - the first summer drama job. Unplugged!
  • Jaala's Photo

    Jaala S.
    posted 3 years ago

    so serious!!
    And so hilarious!
  • cam's Photo

    cam b.
    posted 3 years ago

    Looking forward to what this talented group comes up with.
  • Audrey's Photo

    Audrey R.
    posted 3 years ago

    "It's fine!"
  • kerri's Photo

    kerri b.
    posted 3 years ago

    awesome keep it up hope you guys stay in love it great job
  • heejeong's Photo

    heejeong J.
    posted 3 years ago

    It looks ok.
  • Andrew's Photo

    Andrew L.
    posted 3 years ago

    absolutely brilliant
  • Mark's Photo

    Mark L.
    posted 3 years ago

    Love the concept. Can't wait to see how it pans out.
  • David's Photo

    David G.
    posted 3 years ago

    Terrific premise, polished production, & likable star. I want to see where this goes.
  • Sharon's Photo

    Sharon A.
    posted 3 years ago

    Cool idea.
  • Andy's Photo

    Andy J.
    posted 3 years ago

    A hilarious concept with some hilarious people. This show oozes Canadianism! Everyone at some time ha passed through one of these communities with ridiculous historic characters; peeking behind the curtain to see what these could-be professional artists are like is comic gold waiting to happen.
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    Maureen M.
    posted 3 years ago

    Like the concept as well. Actor was good.
  • Janice's Photo

    Janice L.
    posted 3 years ago

    Like the concept.
  • Kraig's Photo

    Kraig W.
    posted 3 years ago

    Great production quality!
  • Brent's Photo

    Brent M.
    posted 3 years ago

    I'm a little interested in Geoff Legacy as a character--I wish I got to know more about your show and its setting and primary characters. I'm assuming Geoff will not be in the rest of the episode(s)? It all seemed a little beside the point, though the special effects bit was interesting.
  • Joel's Photo

    Joel J.
    posted 3 years ago

    Love it!
  • Justin's Photo

    Justin m.
    posted 3 years ago

    Such an awesome concept
  • Franziska's Photo

    Franziska L.
    posted 3 years ago

    Epic!! Can't wait to see more!!
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