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|August 30, 2002

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You are about to meet Alison, who searches her life for meaning in nthis remarkable and powerful play. In a series of luminous moments and encounters, we’re drawn into Alison’s world: love that fades, hopes that die, and enduring friendship…

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|March 15, 2005

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Co-founder of Toronto's groundbreaking theatre company da da kamera, Daniel MacIvor is Canada's most influential post-modern playwright. In his latest collaboration with director Daniel Brooks, MacIvor plays the role of Leonard, who narrates the events leading…
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|February 1, 2013

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Bob is on the road. Bob is on the run. But from what, or whom, is she running? Follow Bob as she hops from car to car telling her story to unsuspecting drivers as she tries to put her life in the rear-view mirror. Will she make it to her destination? And what…
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|October 1, 2006

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This fascinating version of Daniel MacIvor's most successful play to date lets the reader in on a secret: it was never primarily written as a work for live theatrical performance, but as a vehicle for his development of a screenplay, also included in this new…
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|This title releases November 13, 2017

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Sit down, Daniel’s going to tell you a story. On the weekend of January 10, 2004, American monologist Spalding Gray killed himself by jumping off the Staten Island Ferry in New York City. That same weekend, Daniel MacIvor was in California, visiting a…
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|July 1, 2006

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"Daniel MacIvor's plays have been labelled everything from postmodern to metatheatrical, but these are cold terms that do nothing to capture the warm, accessible soul of a writer whose honesty and compassion for both audiences and his characters is at the heart…

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A funny, satirical story, Never Swim Alone is about Frank and Bill, two egotisitical men locked in a ruthless competition of one-upmanship for seemingly no reason. A hilarious metaplay, This Is A Play follows three actors who, while performing, reveal their own…
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|July 1, 2008

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Three men, a great American playwright, his trusted and loyal assistant, and a young Canadian street hustler, find themselves together for two days in a hotel room in Vancouver. This is the story about the nature of life in a created world. Winner of the Jessie…

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Giving his characters life in a whirlwind of words, Daniel MacIvor showcases his talents as a writer and performer in two of his most celebrated solo shows. Published here for the first time in their newly revised scripts, House and Here Lies Henry seethe with…

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Never Swim Alone is a play about two men locked in a deadly competition. "...a perfectly self-contained and unabashedly artificial work... [MacIvor is a writer with an angular sense of humour and an uncommon knack for probing basic elements and truths of human…
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|April 27, 1999

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The Soldier Dreams is a play about love, an examination of the effect of death on the living, and a homage to those we love who have left us. A young man lies dying of AIDS, as his family gathers around.

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In Communion, a recovering alcoholic and her estranged daughter try to negotiate a new relationship in spite of vastly different lifestyles; Was Spring tells the story of three women who suffered a tragic accident years ago; and Small Things explores how the…