For a quick look at what shows open when this 2018 Fall season, check out the Upcoming Openings At-A-Glance page
- This event has passed.
October 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
For diurnal animals, the daytime is a space that is safe, life-sustaining — normative. We are programmed to the structures of the day biologically and socially; in turn the social structures we have created have come to define the day.
The unpredictable night, expansively claustrophobic, seduces us with ancestral memories hidden deep in the human creature. It is a place of strangers and secrets, freedom and fear, that some few embrace willingly and into which others are expelled. As the sun descends, the crepuscular, the refugees of the day and true denizens of the dark connect, cohabitate and explore.
Follow CABAL on this pilgrimage into the pitch, with La Somnambule, an immersive theatre world of ornamentation and intrigue inspired by Djuna Barnes’ Nightwood. Under neon signs and gas lamps excavate the possibilities of the night through sense, dance, media, interactive visuals, and object performance. Find the ludonarrative opera of shrouded desire and stolen time in the unlit corners of this rebellious space.
Using the language of Modernism and the fin-de-siècle, CABAL manifests the unrepresented world of the nocturnal other. This contemporary ludonarrative allows the audience to craft their own experience and rewards embracing the spirit of freedom. As residents of the night, live as an agent of revolution and defy the foundations upholding structures of oppression.
HOW IT WORKS
Each evening, the immersive world of La Somnambule will come alive at 7, 8 and 9pm. As a resident of the night, you may enter at your preferred check in time and linger until the final hour. More information will be provided with the purchase of your ticket.
Dates | October 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 2018
Check-in times | 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 pm
30.00$ @ 7pm | 25.00$ @ 8pm | 20.00$ @ 9pm
Venue | Location revealed upon reservation
The event takes place up one flight of stairs (with railings)
1 x PYWC (PayWhatYouCan) ticket will be available per cycle (link for booking coming soon)
* seating extremely limited as this is a roaming performance
Writers | Rhiannon Collett & Joseph Shragge
Director | Anthony Kennedy
Dramaturg | Kyle Croutch
Set designer | Robert Leveroos
Costume designer | Sophie El-Assaad
Costume assistants | Marci Babineau, Jennifer Baycroft, Marika Porlier
Lighting designer | Jon Cleveland
Sound designer | Devon Bate
Guest composer | Jeremy Dutcher
Puppet design | Tyson Houseman, Jillian Harris
Video designer | Julia Milz
Head of props | Kate Stockburger
Production manager & stage manager | Trevor Barrette
*The participation of this artist is arranged by permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association”
Assistant stage manager | Kate Stockburger
Production Assistant | Darragh Mondoux
Front of house & box office manager | Roxane Loumède
Graphic design | Dan Buller
Logo design | Heath Cairns
Performers | Jillian Harris, Tyson Houseman, Robert Leveroos, Gabe Maharjan, Julia Milz, Alex Petrachuk, Meagan Schroeder & Gabriel Schultz
Do you have an upcoming event in Montreal that you would like to include in our calendar? Submit your listing for free!