In this radical adaptation of Shakespeare's classic tale of exile, shipwreck, adventure and magic, theatrical moments are taken to extremes of dark, chaotic hilarity. Reimagined as clown-inspired, physical storytelling, the play becomes a wild and cathartic celebration of youth and forgiveness. |
*Poster Image created by Concordia Theatre Alumnus Simon Pelletier assisted by Stephanie Lebel
NOTE FOR SUNDAY PERFORMANCE:
Due to the Saint Patrick's Day parade on Sunday, March 18th, street-level access to the Concordia Hall Building and the D.B. Clarke Theatre may be restricted by the parade route.
Patrons are advised to arrive early and use the underground tunnel between Métro Guy-Concordia and the Hall Building in order to access the theatre.
D.B. Clarke Theatre, Henry F. Hall Bldg (SGW Campus) (View)
1455 boul de Maisonneuve W,
Montreal, QC H3G 1M8
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|