Tarragon Theatre celebrates the work of playwright-in-residence Hannah Moscovitch with a mini-festiv
TARRAGON THEATRE CELEBRATES THE WORK
with a mini-festival of her plays
Tarragon Theatre proudly presents A Double Bill celebrating the work of acclaimed playwright-in-residence Hannah Moscovitch, with premieres of her plays Little One and Other People’s Children. A co-production with Theatre Crisis and Theatre PANIK, A Hannah Moscovitch Double Bill opens February 20 and runs to March 24 (previewing from February 14) in Tarragon Theatre’s Extra Space. Tickets range from $27-$53 (inclusive of HST) and are available by calling the box office at 416.531.1827 or by visiting www.tarragontheatre.com.
Other People’s Children is directed by Theatre PANIK co-Artistic Director Paul Lampert, while Little One is directed by Theatre Crisis Artistic Director Natasha Mytnowych. For the final week of the run - March 19 to 24 - Little One is replaced by Roseneath Theatre’s production of Moscovitch’s In This World, directed by Andrew Lamb.
Other People’s Children
When Ilana returns to work after maternity leave, she and her husband Ben hire a live-in nanny to care for their young daughter Eva. At first, Ilana is touched by how well her daughter takes to Sati, but soon she begins to question whether Eva is growing too close to her nanny. Is Sati’s bond with Eva truly alarming, or is Ilana merely struggling with the hard realities of modern motherhood?
Two adopted siblings grow up together in affluent Ottawa. Claire and Aaron love each other with all their hearts. But for some people, loving and destroying are the same thing. This stylish lullaby-nightmare thriller has been reworked since making a splash at its SummerWorks 2011 workshop outing.
In This World
Roseneath Theatre’s production of In This World follows the lives of two teenage girls who share the same high school and volleyball team, but are from two completely different worlds. Bijou is from a privileged background; Neyssa is a recent Jamaican immigrant struggling to fit in. A complex exploration of adolescence, race, class and sex.
Tarragon Theatre presents
A Hannah Moscovitch Double Bill
A co-production with Theatre Crisis and Theatre PANIK
Opens February 20 and runs to March 24, 2013 (Previews begin February 14)
Tarragon Theatre's Extra Space, 30 Bridgman Avenue, Toronto, M5R 1X3
Tickets range from $27-$53 (including discounts for students, seniors and groups)
AND a Pay-What-You-Can 2:30pm matinee on Saturday, March 16.
Tickets are available by calling the box office at 416.531.1827 or by visiting www.tarragontheatre.com.
- $13 Rush Tickets at the door Fridays (on sale at 6pm) & Sundays (on sale at 1pm) starting February 22-