USA/2000

When justice locks you up, what sets you free? Gripping from start to finish, two notorious men await trial for murder, only to discover justice and goodness where it is least expected. Pulitzer Prize-winner Stephen Adly Guirgis delivers an uncompromising drama about contradiction, contrition, and hypocrisy.

Approximate running time: 2 hours and 15 minutes, including one 20-minute intermission.

Note: The play deals with mature themes and contains the use of graphic language and distressing imagery. Please contact the Box Office if you have any questions. This production uses herbal cigarettes.


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Xavier Lopez. Season Art Direction by SOS. Photography by Danielle Matar


February 23 - Free Community Conversation following the performance:

The Essentials

Their work has moved you on screen, on stage, and in the jam. Now see some of Toronto’s leading Black artists up close and personal as they catch a vibe and share stories about the people and pieces that inspire them.

Featuring: Philip Akin: Artistic Director, Obsidian Theatre, DJ L’Oqenz: DJ, producer, music director, sound designer and cultural curator, Weyni Mengesha: Artistic Director, Soulpepper Theatre, Amanda Parris: Playwright, Host on CBC Radio and Television, SATE: Singer, Actor, Mover.

In celebration of Black History Month, please join us for The Essentials: The Work That Moves Us. Music by DJ L’Oqenz. Chat by brilliant Black minds. Free for all. 

 

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