City Boy

Kenny Streule presents

After the death of their mother, siblings Max and Kate have not seen each other since. Now, Kate is about to get married and so Max decides to take a trip back down to hell, AKA his father's farm. To Max's surprise, Kate's fiancé, Michael has taken over the place and is tending to the cows with his brother Joshua. As a result, tensions will rise as the city boy faces his estranged family in ways that may divide them before the wedding. Fake smiles can't last long as the characters uncover each other's secrets.

November 16-19, 23-26 at 8PM
November 25 at 2PM
Tickets and reduced rates: 514-849-FEST (3378)
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CAST
Max: DAVID NOEL
Michael: KEVIN BLACK
Joshua: DAVID HUDON
Kate: SOPHIE-THÉRÈSE STONE-RICHARDS

Writer/ Producer: Kenny Streule
Director: Amanda Goldberg
Stage Manager/ Sound Designer: Cecilia Macdonald
Dramaturg: Rhiannon Collett
Set Designer: Amy White
Costume Designer: Sarah Mauracher
Lighting Designer: Jon Cleveland
Fight Choreographer: Michelle Lewis
Assistant Stage Manager: Stéphane Guay

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

BILLETS / TICKETS

Générale / Regular : 15.00$
Students / Senior / QDF : 12.00$

90 minutes
Pour âges / For ages 12+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 5 minutes

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