18, 19 and 20 of February 2010
7240 Clark (angle Jean-Talon)
De Castelnau metro station.
Here's the synopsis. Tickets are only $10 and are available at the door.
Martin Crimp's "Attempts on Her Life"
Just who is Annie? What does she do? Where the "heck" is she? These
are questions we should all be asking on a daily basis, and yet, when
we do, there are no answers that leave us cloudless. Join CASE for
Martin Crimp's brilliant enigmatic piece that has fascinated the globe
over for the past 10 years with its marvelous monologues,
dialogues--what else would we call them--and sheer vivid language.
Ultimately, Crimp has designed "Attempts" in 17 scenarios that will
leave no one indifferent. An avant-garde masterpiece.
This is CASE's first ever theatrical production, so make sure the
house is packed. Due to the nature of the show only 40 seats are
available each night for 3 nights: Feb 18,19, 20. So hurry, hurry,
hurry before these disappear!
The Directors: Bryn Symonds & Joseph Bembridge are seasoned veterans
in the Montreal theatre scene. As playwright, Bryn is most notably
recognised for his piece entitled, "David," a one-man show about the
nature of sexuality, which starred none other than, Joseph. The two
have a wonderful affinity that has helped anchor CASE's production by
teaching students/actors far more than just the fundamentals of
theatre. Two beautiful people that have been the backbone to this
project from day 1.
The Actors: Departmental talent galore! A zymurgy of faces from so
many places with such diverse, and yet, complementary personalities.
Here they are in alphabetical order: Attli Bollason, Joshua Bradbury
Klyman, Camila Contreras, Marion DeGeorges, Jeff Ho, Peggy Hogan,
Mitra Kaboli and Nora Rosenthal.
TICKET PRICES: $8 Students, $10 Other. All proceeds go to CASE and the
students of English Literature & Creative Writing.
TICKET PURCHASE INFO: Email your CASE president, Bassam Chiblak, at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 514-907-3287. Bassam or other CASE
execs will be holding regular office hours at LB-656 (Concordia
Library Building 6th floor) on weekdays from 10:15-17:00. So pass-by
and make your purchase there!