Presented in partnership with Nicolas Billon and Why Not Theatre, in association with Environmental Defence
The Theatre Centre - Franco Boni Theatre
August 11, 1:30 PM
August 15, 9:00 PM
$15 / $25 / $35
Receding ice levels off the coast of Greenland reveal that an area thought to be part of the mainland is actually an island. Meanwhile, a rift grows between the island’s discoverer and his increasingly distant family, set adrift after a catastrophic loss. Nicolas Billon’s internationally acclaimed work returns to SummerWorks 10 years after its smash hit premiere, as a staged reading in support of SummerWorks and Environmental Defence. Featuring original cast members and director Ravi Jain, the question remains: how much has changed?
“A richly textured script about a family moving apart as surely as the ice flows” – NOW Magazin
Written by Nicolas Billion; Directed by Ravi Jain; Performed by Claire Calnan, Miriam Fernandes, Andrew Musselman
The listed run time includes a 15 minute Q&A on August 11 & August 15.
Coarse language and descriptions of sex
Part of the SummerWorks Presentations programming – a vital collection of theatre, dance, music, and live artworks from across the country offering you a snapshot of contemporary performance.