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A raucous dark comedy from the team behind the award-winning show I, Claudia

Someone Else

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DATES
Jan 7 - Feb 2, 2013
THEATRE
Berkeley Street Theatre
RUN TIME
1 hour, 45 mins
CIBC PROUD SPONSOR: 12.13 BERKELEY SEASON
CIBC
BY
Kristen Thomson
DIRECTED BY
Chris Abraham
 
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"a bold, brave and incredibly moving production." Richard Ouzounian, The Toronto Star

“If there’s anyone who can lay bare her emotions onstage, it’s Thomson” – NOW

" [Kristen Thomson] gives a brilliant bravura performance" - National Post


a crow’s theatre production in association with canadian stage

starring kristen thomson and tom rooney

Crow's Theatre: Someone Else - Trailer

Cathy is a stand up comedian in a creative slump and Peter is a doctor at a community clinic. They've been married for eighteen years but it feels like five hundred and couples therapy isn't helping. They seem bound for heartache when an intimate and sobering encounter with someone else forces them to recognize the fragile foundations that their life is built on. Careening between hilarity and disaster, this play is a naked examination of marriage, middle age, and the delicate nature of change.

Kristen Thomson, who starred in Volcano Theatre's critically-acclaimed Another Africa at Canadian Stage in 2011, teams up again with collaborator Chris Abraham of Crow’s Theatre, our newest Berkeley Street Partner.

Cathy - Kristen Thomson
Peter - Tom Rooney
David - Damien Atkins
April - Bahia Watson

Playwright - Kristen Thomson
Director - Chris Abraham
Set and Costume Design - Julie Fox
Lighting Design - Kimberly Purtell
Sound Designer - Thomas Ryder Payne
Stage Manager - Lesley Humphrey

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