By Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Sarah Blanchard
In its simplest, non-denominational form, communion denotes the act of sharing.
Leda wants to repair her damaged relationship with her "born-again" daughter, Ann. Meanwhile, her therapist, Carolyn, must balance the needs of her clients with her own life problems. A sensitive and thoughtful play about faith, loss, and our search for meaning; told through the struggles of three women rapidly losing, and gaining, a sense of what they truly believe in.
Sydney born Daniel MacIvor is one of Canada's most beloved and prolific playwrights. In 2006, MacIvor received the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama and in 2008 he was awarded the Siminovitch Prize for Theatre. Communion debuted at Toronto's Tarragon Theatre.
"Do yourself a favour and take Communion at the Tarragon Theatre."
- NOW Magazine
"...intelligence and compassion brought to life onstage..."
- The Toronto Star
Highland Arts Theatre (View)
40 Bentinck St.
Sydney, NS B1P 1G2
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|