CANADIAN PREMIEREIn a remote countryside cottage, two retired scientists live a seemingly quiet life in the aftermath of a devastating catastrophe at a nearby nuclear power station. When an old friend and colleague unexpectedly turns up at their door, they soon discover the shocking reason for her visit, forcing them to confront their responsibility for past actions and to make a difficult choice about future generations.
★★★★ "A richly suggestive and beautifully written piece of work. Lucy Kirkwood is the most rewarding dramatist of her generation"
– THE INDEPENDENT
Single tickets on sale April 16
- Berkeley Street Theatre
WRITTEN BYLucy Kirkwood
DIRECTED BYEda Holmes
Pre-show chats are free with a ticket to that evening's performance
Thursday, April 13, 20177:15pm (Bluma Appel Theatre)
Professor Barry Freeman, Assistant Professor in Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Toronto, discusses Robert Lepage's Theatrical canon.