One Left Hour: The Life and Work of Daniil Kharms

One Left Hour: The Life and Work of Daniil KharmsDaily Discount
Company
Good Old Neon
Playwright/Creator
Good Old Neon
Runtime
60m

From the winners of the 2017 My Theatre Award for Outstanding Production and 2014 Fringe New Play Contest, “One Left Hour” stages a battle between absurdity and realism. Filtered through the life and work of Soviet surrealist Daniil Kharms - from his beginnings as the founder of an avant-garde arts collective to his eventual death by starvation in a Soviet insane asylum - the show subverts traditional theatrics to reveal the pain at the heart of art and life.

“Good Old Neon produces theatre that reflects the world we live in—shattering, compelling and provocative.” —Lynn Slotkin


Venue

Randolph Theatre

736 Bathurst St
Toronto
Ontario
M5S 1Z5
Capacity
215
Accessible?
Yes

Credits

Director
Nicole Wilson
Director
Alexander Offord
Stage Manager
Giulia d’Amanzo
Cast
Jack Comerford
Alexander Offord
Andy Perun
Suzanne Roberts Smith
Genevieve Trottier
Nicole Wilson

Performances

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  Date Time
6th July 10:30pm  
7th July 7:30pm  
9th July 12:45pm  
11th July 5:15pm  
12th July 12:00pm  
13th July 11:00pm  
14th July 5:15pm  

Content advice

Not recommended for persons under 14 years of ageMature language


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