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March 18, 2019 @ 3:00 pm
Montreal Arts Interculturels presents Scapegoat Carnivale’s new play, with support from the National Arts Centre’s Collaborations program and Playwright’s Workshop Montreal
March 14th – 24th, 2019
Created and directed by Alison Darcy & Joseph Shragge
Dramaturged by Sarah Elkashef
Choreographed by Andrew Turner
Stage Managed by Lucia Corak
Set Design by Alison Darcy with consultation from Cathia Pagotto
Assistant Stage Managed by David Epstien
Cast: Trevor Barrette & Alison Darcy
Yev is a hermit living in a remote region of the Northern Taiga, the sole survivor of a family who fled civilization for fear of religious persecution. Mathew, a biology student, curious about her solitary life, begins to transmit letters to her. As their relationship deepens, Mathew discovers that Yev is not entirely alone. Complications between Yev and her possessive neighbour, a retired geologist, reveal another version of her life story. Through complex storytelling and multiple perspectives, the play slowly unearths the truth of these secluded relationships.
Scapegoat Carnivale Theatre is an award-winning Montreal theatre company focused on creating innovative new work and classical adaptations, whose productions strive for theatre to be an unruly and visceral shared experience.
March 14 8:00 pm
March 15 8:00 pm
March 16 8:00 pm
March 17 8:00 pm
March 18 3:00 pm
March 21 8:00 pm
March 22 8:00 pm
March 23 8:00 pm
March 24 3:00 pm
$25 — Regular
$20 — Reduced
$17 — Group (10 +)
$15 — 14 years and under
$0 — Accompanying person for spectators with a disability
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