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|December 8, 2006

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Two-time Governor General's Award-winning playwright Morris Panych has done with What Lies Before Us the almost unthinkable: he has turned Waiting for Godot into a comedy while simultaneously heightening rather than minimizing the profound existential questions…
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|January 1, 1993

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Frank, having dedicated his life to the unremarkable, and Walker, paranoid since being struck by lighting at age three, attempt to flee from each other and end up following each other instead. They find themselves in a run-down hotel operated by deaf and…
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|October 15, 2012

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Four seasons after her husband's disappearance, Colette remains emotionally motionless, isolated in a country cottage, waiting for word, or perhaps even more significantly, a connection. A young stranger in a jean jacket waves to her from the frozen lake - a…
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|March 15, 2001

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Doyle has a very funny problem: he hears too much. He can hear the most intimate details of the lives of everyone living in his apartment building. He can tell the temperature of a young neighbour's bath water by the resonance of her pipes; he knows where the…
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|May 15, 2008

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Fastidious and fussy shoe salesman by day and secretive aspiring film screenwriter by night, Oswald Eichersen's dreams of success are as grandly inflated as his self-esteem is hopelessly deficient. Just outside Eichersen's place of work, street person Terence…
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|September 15, 2003

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As Morris Panych's latest comedy opens, we hear Iris, a precocious girl of ten, saying: "These are the last few days of my childhood." The death of her goldfish, Amal, she is sure, has been announced by the air-raid sirens during the day's school drill. For…
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|January 31, 2010

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The universal mark of good satire is still to make audiences laugh at the worst traits in human nature. Here, in his own words, is how Morris Panych updated these three great comedy classics from a century ago: The Government Inspector is peopled with the most…
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|March 15, 2011

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Gordon was always an odd little child, given his penchant for setting the neighbours' sheds on fire with their pets locked inside and his fascination with the funeral rituals at the church across the way. Home-schooled in the evenings within the bounds of a…
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|January 1, 1990

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In this fast-paced, sophisticated and hilarious play, a man contemplating suicide on a seventh-storey building ledge confronts the stories of the people who live inside the building. These "seven stories" lead to a charming and surprising ending. Cast of 2 women…
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|September 15, 2005

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Of all our contemporary urban myths none is more absurd than the fiction of the "classless society," and Morris Panych's latest comedy penetrates ruthlessly to the shock and horror of the residue of hardened pesto soiling its porcelain heart. Haplessly…
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|January 1, 1994

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Other Schools of Thought is a collection of three unique plays that allow adult audiences to reflect on their past and young audiences to reflect on their future. With stark sets and minimalist presentational styles, they leave no room for condescension-for…
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|May 15, 2012

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Vigil is about a man returning-after thirty years-to sit with a female relative on her deathbed. The self-centred and shallow protagonist Kemp uses acid wit and seemingly callous indifference to cover up the profound discomfort he experiences upon finding himself…