The Shape of Things

Not a Real Theatre Company

How far would you go for love? For art? What would you be willing to change? Which price might you pay?

Such are the painful questions explored by Neil Labute in The Shape of Things. A young student drifts into an ever-changing relationship with an art major while his best friends’ engagement crumbles, so unleashing a drama that peels back the skin of two modern-day relationships, exposing the raw gristle that lie beneath.

Produced by Not a Real Theatre Company
Directed by Sara Rodriguez

Cast:
Julia Borsellino
Kayleigh Choiniere
David Hudon
Scott Humphrey

Crew:
Set & Costume Design: Holly Hilts
Lighting Design: Jon Cleveland
Sound Design: Paul Van Dyck
Stage Manager: Kevin Conforti
Publicist: Carolyne Aubin

Thursday 30 March 2017 / 20:00
Friday 31 March 2017 / 20:00
Saturday 1 April 2017 / 15:00
Saturday 1 April 2017 / 20:00
Sunday 2 April 2017 / 20:00

Tickets:
Pay What You Can!

110 Minutes

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Thursday 30 March 2017 / 20:00
  • Friday 31 March 2017 / 20:00
  • Saturday 1 April 2017 / 15:00
  • Saturday 1 April 2017 / 20:00
  • Sunday 2 April 2017 / 20:00

110 minutes
Retardataires / Latecomers : 10 minutes

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