COLD COMFORT is the first play brought to you by Vancouver's newest theatre company YOGURT theatre co.
COLD COMFORT is a dark and twisted play set in a dilapidated, makeshift home on the side of the trans-canada highway in Saskatchewan. A man crashes in a storm and is "rescued" by an older man who brings him back to his house as a gift for his Daughter who has just turned sixteen, Stephen realizes that this place is unsafe for Dorothy and that her father Floyd is clearly disturbed. He plans to take her away but Floyd has other things in mind. It was written in 1982 by Jim Garrard.
Directed by: Kevin Bennett
Carol Madconald (stage manager)
Robin Richardson (production manager)
Christopher David Gauthier (Set and Costume design)
Graham Ockley (Lighting design)
Ryan McCallion (Sound design)
Havana Theatre (View)
1212 Commercial Drive
Vancouver, BC v5l 3x4
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|