Daphne's Inferno

Daphne's Inferno

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Company
Bad Seed Productions
Creator(s)
Barb Scheffler
Runtime
50 minutes

A woman looking for her missing husband accidentally stumbles into the portal to the Underworld. Accompanied by Virginia, her sympathetic guide, and tormented by Lucy, the Lord of the Damned, she is forced to relive the worst moments of her life as she literally goes through Hell.

This is a Canadian Actors' Equity Production under the Festival Policy.

Produced with the co-operation of ACTRA Toronto.

Special thanks to Mark Terene and Geoff Dewar.


Credits

Director
Michael Harms
Cast
Erin Eldershaw
M. John Kennnedy
Jillian Rees-Brown
Barb Scheffler

Accessibility information

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Land acknowledgement

Our company acknowledges that it is creating our Digital Fringe show in Toronto, originally known as Tkaronto, located on Turtle Island, the continent of North America. Tkaronto is the ancestral home of the Anishinaabe, which includes the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat.

We are all Treaty People, governed here by the Dish With One Spoon Treaty, which was made between Indigenous nations who existed here, before settlers came. All settlers and newcomers are invited to join and uphold the promise to share with one spoon the land, which is the dish, so that we only take what we need and, in turn, care for our land so that it will nourish all who share it. Importantly, there are no knives at the table, representing that we must also keep the peace.


Content advice

Not recommended for persons under 18 years of ageSexual contentStrobe lightsMature language

Subject matter involving sexual assault.


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