by David Harrower
Directed by Jamie Dunsdon
Featuring Curt McKinstry and Camille Pavlenko
Fifteen years ago Una and Ray had a relationship.
They haven’t set eyes on each other since.
Now, fifteen years later, she’s found him.
In David Harrower’s explosive drama, a man is forced to confront his past when it unexpectedly shows up at his workplace. Love and guilt turn poisonous as the couple recollect a passionate but ill-fated affair they had 15 years earlier. After star turns in New York, Toronto, and London, this award-winning drama everyone’s talking about is finally coming to Calgary!
“This haunting, powerful, incendiary work is the sort of daring theater far too absent from our stages these days.” —NY Post.
“masterly, mesmerizing…extraordinary…a miracle.” - The New York Times
Contains extremely adult themes. Not suitable for younger viewers. Parental discretion is advised.
Ideal for: Performances, , recitals, rehearsals, workshops, and receptions
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
Included: Fully customizable lighting; user-driven space with no technical support provided
Motel is an intimate, 50-seat black-box theatre located in the heart of downtown Calgary on the mezzanine level of Arts Commons, across the hall from One Yellow Rabbit's Big Secret Theatre. Instantly recognizable by its charming motel-style sign, Motel Theatre is the home of Downstage who curate the space as an affordable home for smaller theatre and performance companies in Calgary.
This venue is in high demand with limited rental dates. If you are interested in renting this space, please first visit www.downstage.ca/motel.shtml for further information then contact Jessie Paynter, Production Manager, email@example.com, 403.294.7459.
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