Jacques Lalonde, France Perras and Adam Henderson tell us why we should see
Written by: Michael Healey
Directed by: Bill Devine
Starring: Adam Henderson, France Perras, Howard Siegel and Jacques Lalonde.
Presented by: Sea Theatre (link)
High-level meetings to negotiate the departure of Québec from Canada are charged by personal impulses toward seduction and betrayal, union and division, intimacy and distance. The action takes place in a hotel bedroom and a boardroom – a private space and a public space. Music, humour, sex and politics are the key metaphors in this truly Canadian farce.
Friday, May 14-29, at 8 pm (Sunday and Monday nights dark).
There will be one pay-what-you-can preview on May 13, and one Saturday matinee at 2pm on May 29.
All performances are at Presentation House Theatre (333 Chesterfield Ave, North Vancouver).
Tickets are $22/28, except Tuesdays, which are 2-for-1.
Tickets are available at the Presentation House Box Office: 604.990.3474 or www.phtheatre.org.