The Apartment

The Apartment
Company
Nevah Productions
Director
Nicole Arends
Runtime
60 minutes

Bonnie has lived precariously for years, just a step away from being on the street. Her sister helps her rent a tiny Parkdale apartment but there are complications: a religious past that haunts her, a sketchy neighbour with an agenda, and a festering family secret that threatens both the family unit and her control over the place she calls home.

Inspired by actual events, this timely and touching drama deals with institutional and family responses to persons living with mental illness. Written by former Toronto Star reporter Paul Bilodeau, The Apartment was TMU’s Stella Award winner for new plays in 2022.


Credits

Writer
Paul Bilodeau
Cast
Cathy Shilton, Elizabeth Friesen, Paul Bilodeau, Joel Haszard, Jan Boase
Stage Manager
Linda Gray
Sound Designer
Rick Sutton

More about the show experience

Latecomers will not be admitted into the theatre at any time during the performance.

 

Performances

  Date Time
3rd July 7:00pm  
5th July 9:45pm  
7th July 2:00pm  
8th July 7:00pm  
9th July 12:00pm  
11th July 6:00pm  
12th July 2:30pm  

Venue

2 : Tarragon Theatre Extraspace

30 Bridgman Ave
Toronto
Ontario
M5R 1X3

Access

Level of Physical Access
Accessible

Covid-19 policy

Masks
No

Facilities

Air Conditioned
Yes
Washrooms
Yes
Outdoors
No

Accessibility information


Land acknowledgement

We acknowledge that the land we gather on is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabe, and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. Toronto has long been a meeting place for Indigenous peoples, and we honor their enduring presence and stewardship. We encourage our audience to deepen their understanding of Indigenous history and culture by engaging in research and dialogue. In the spirit of reconciliation, we commit to respecting Indigenous rights and working towards justice and healing.


Content advice

Not recommended for persons under 14 years of age Mature language

Please be advised that certain scenes depict psychotic episodes.