Pandemic Theatre is proud to present...
B I R T H
A New Play by Tom Arthur Davis
In a world without death, is there any room for birth?
Set in a hypothetical world where, due to the advancement of medical sciences, people no longer age or die if they can afford access to these treatments. The population has become unsustainable prompting governments to make unregulated childbirth illegal.
This dystopian epic, under the direction of Sarah Kitz Three More Sleepless Nights and Jivesh Parasram The Lost Sagas of Tjorvi the Flaccid, concludes with a digitally streamed short film directed by Tom Arthur Davis Elizabeth-Darcy, Five Fingers, Mahmoud, Murder on Ossington, Amusement.
What would become of the world if we lived forever? Is our way of life sustainable?
Tom Arthur Davis
Pamela Sinha - Dora recipient
Astrid Van Wieren - Dora recipient
Directors: Sarah Kitz, Jivesh Parasram, & Tom Arthur Davis
Playwright: Tom Arthur Davis
Stage Managers: Ron Kelly & Steve Vargo
Lighting Designer: Cameron Davis
Additional Dialogue: Graham Isador
Opening October 1st at the Campbell House Museum.
Founded in 2009, Pandemic Theatre is a Toronto-based company mandated to create, develop, and produce work from critical and underrepresented perspectives that engage social and political themes. We strive to create spaces where political discourse is not only possible, but also encouraged.
B I R T H
The Campbell House Museum
Wed, October 1st
Thu, October 2nd
Fri, October 3rd
Wed, October 8th
Thu, October 9th
Fri, October 10th
Wed, October 15th
Thu, October 16th
Fri, October 17th
Sat, October 18th
All shows begin at 7:30pm.
Very LIMITED seating.
For tickets: www.uniiverse.com/pandemictheatre