Strange Mary Strange, by Evan Tsitsias

Strange Mary Strange, by Evan Tsitsias

An itch. A scratch. A moment on a plane triggers an avalanche of memories, forcing Mary Strange to confront and exorcise her former selves. A study of ritual, memory, forgiveness and hope. This piece blends physical theatre and narrative to create a visceral experience inside the mind of a woman in the elusive search for “normal” .

Cast: Catherine Rainville, Sarah McVie, Emma MacKenzie Hillier Movement Director: Trevor Copp, Producers: Lisa Baylin, Donna Marie Barratta, Music: Marko Pandza. Stage Manager: Victoria Wang

 

Thursday August 4th 7:00 PM
Saturday August 6th 9:30 PM
Sunday August 7th 11:30 AM
Wednesday August 10th 4:30 PM
Friday August 12th 2:00 PM
Saturday August 13th 4:30 PM
Sunday August 14th 7:00 PM

Venue
Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace

Middle Mary – Strange Mary Strange

Young Mary – Strange Mary Strange

Present Mary – Strange Mary Strange

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  1. Pingback: Strange Mary Strange (Theatre on the Verge) 2011 SummerWorks Review | Mooney on Theatre

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