Montréal, September 26th 2019 – from October 2nd to the 5th, the Professional Theatre Department of Dawson College will perform Suzy Storck, by Magali Mougel.
The students tell the story of Suzy Storck, a young woman forced to spectate her own existence. Incapable of saying no, she gets stuck in situations in which she has no desire to take part in. Consequently, she ends up in a relationship with children, which she never formally agreed to. The play follows the evolution of Suzy and unravels the indescribable and irreversible tragedy that will change her life forever.
Translated from its original French by Chris Campbell, Suzy Storck will be entirely performed by second year students, as their first studio.
“In a time where women fight for their freedom and sexual independence, Suzy Storck is a crucial play to see, as it explores the aftermath of situations where such freedom is not given. Right and wrong collide within the characters, making it difficult to find a true villain, if there even is one,” says Rachel B. Côté, cast member.
Magali Mougel is a French playwright renowned for her play Erwin Motor, which was a finalist for the Grand Prix de Littérature Dramatique in 2013.
Tickets & Reservations
Admission to Dawson Studio Productions is Pay-What-You-Can and seats are available on a first-come first-served basis. Arrive early to be sure to get a seat. A maximum of two group bookings of thirty seats each are permitted per show. The college is unable to accept individual reservations for Studio Productions.
For more information on ticketing, visit https://www.dawsoncollege.qc.ca/professional-theatre/box-office/
Founded in 1973, Dawson’s Professional Theatre program is a three year training program for acting for theatre and film.