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Belleville
 
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DATES
Apr 6 - May 4, 2014
THEATRE
Berkeley Street Theatre
WRITTEN BY
Amy Herzog
DIRECTED BY
Jason Byrne
RUN TIME
90 min (no intermission)
ADVISORIES
Drug use, Violence
CIBC PROUD SPONSOR:
13.14 Berkeley Season
 
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A Company Theatre production in association with Canadian Stage

Americans Zack and Abby appear to have it all: an apartment in a promising neighbourhood in Paris, an affectionate marriage, and Zack’s admirable mission to eradicate pediatric AIDS through his work with Doctors Without Borders. But when Abby finds Zack at home one day when he’s supposed to be at work, the revelations that follow rock their seemingly idyllic life.

The Company Theatre, our Berkeley Street Partners who presented 2012’s Speaking in Tongues and 2011’s The Test, return with a suspenseful, Hitchcockian play that shines a light on the darker side of our personal relationships.

“a perceptive drama... and a nail-biting psychological thriller” - New York Times

"When it comes to theatre, to be in the company of The Company Theatre is to be in good company indeed." - Toronto Sun


Americans Zack and Abby appear to have it all: an apartment in a promising neighbourhood in Paris, an affectionate marriage, and Zack’s admirable mission to eradicate pediatric AIDS through his work with Doctors Without Borders. But when Abby finds Zack at home one day when he’s supposed to be at work, the revelations that follow rock their seemingly idyllic life.

Dalmar Abuzeid
Allan Hawco

Christine Horne
Marsha Regis

awards

Amy Herzog was one of 10 finalists for the 2012.2013 Susan Smith Blackburn Award for Belleville. An international prize, this Award “ honors an outstanding new English-language play by a woman each year."

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Allan Hawco and Christine Horne in Belleville. Photo by Guntar Kravis. Allan Hawco and Christine Horne in Belleville. Photo by Guntar Kravis. Allan Hawco and Christine Horne in Belleville. Photo by Guntar Kravis. Allan Hawco and Christine Horne in Belleville. Photo by Guntar Kravis. Allan Hawco and Christine Horne in Belleville. Photo by Guntar Kravis. Allan Hawco and Christine Horne in Belleville. Photo by Guntar Kravis. Christine Horne and Allan Hawco in Belleville. Photo by Guntar Kravis. Allan Hawco in Belleville. Photo by Guntar Kravis.

reviews

  • Belleville: It’s the women who kill in this thriller (3.5 / 4) - The Globe and Mail
  • Intense performances and timely themes enrich this powerful look at two Americans in Paris (4 / 5) - NOW Magazine
  • ‘Belleville’ by The Company Theatre - Theatre Review - The Arts Guild
  • Amy Herzog's dark thriller captivates at the Berkeley Street Theatre - Theatromania
  • Theatre Review: Belleville - Post City
  • Company Theatre's Belleville a nail-biting drama - BlogTO

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