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Mar 1 - 22, 2015

Starring Molly Parker from House of Cards

One Autumn evening, after learning of her father’s impending death, Harper Regan walks away from her home, her husband, her daughter, and keeps going. She tells no one where she’s going or whether she’s coming back. She’s put everything she’s ever worked for at risk. Her journey takes her to the very borderlines of the relationship between eros and thanatos, sex and death.

Harper Regan is an absorbing story, a woman’s tale of the need to explore the very meaning of loyalty, morality, and the bonds of family. Written by Olivier Award-winning writer Simon Stephens and directed by Artistic & General Director Matthew Jocelyn, whose most recent production THIS (2013) was named “One of the best plays of this or any other season” by NOW Magazine.

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"you won't forget Parker's extraordinary, complex performance"


- NOW MAGAZINE

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  • Bluma Appel Theatre
  • 2 hours and 25 minutes
  • including a 20 minute intermission
  • Contains: strobe lights, smoking, haze and loud music
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Special Events

Friday, March 20
6:15 - 6:45pm | Upstairs Lobby

Join Professor Lawrence Switzky from the University of Toronto for a discussion on the themes of justice and retribution in both Harper Regan and in the works of Euripides. Free with a ticket to that evening's performance.

A Letter from the Playwright

We are pleased to share with you a letter written by playwright Simon Stephens to director Matthew Jocelyn regarding our recent production of Simon's play, Harper Regan. We hope this letter will add to the important discussion about theatre practice in our country today.

Click here to read.

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A Canadian Stage production

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Bluma Appel Theatre
27 Front Street East

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Credits

BY
Simon Stephens

DIRECTED BY
Matthew Jocelyn


Starring

Molly Parker
Vivien Endicott-Douglas
Lynne Griffin
Hardee T. Lineham
Alex Poch-Goldin
Philip Riccio
Izaak Smith