The December Man (L'homme de décembre)

The December Man (L'homme de décembre)
Company
Theatre@Eastminster
Playwright/Creator
Colleen Murphy
Runtime
90m

After their son survives the Montreal Massacre, the Fournier family struggles to hold themselves together. A play about survivors and the private challenges they face once the public face of tragedy has passed.
"Heartbreaking yet never sentimental, spare yet complex," The December Man (L'homme de décembre) was awarded the 2007 Governor General's Award. This site-specific production is performed near the site of the 2018 Danforth shooting and explores survivor's guilt following acts of public violence. "A brave but important play."
Set design: Ron McKay
Lighting design: Chris Bennett
Voice & dialect coach: Christine Berg


Credits

Director
Jennifer Thomson
Cast
Stephen Flett
Kris Langille
Jonas Trottier
Stage Manager
Adele Thomson
Producer
Shawn McDonald

Performances

  Date Time
4th July 6:00pm Tickets
5th July 7:30pm Tickets
6th July 4:30pm Tickets
12th July 7:30pm Tickets
13th July 6:00pm Tickets
14th July 1:00pm Tickets

Venue

34 : Eastminster United Church Community Space

310 Danforth Avenue, Toronto, ON
M4K 1N6

Access

Level of Physical Access
Partially Accessible

Facilities

Air Conditioned
No
Washrooms
Yes
Outdoors
No

Content advice

Not recommended for persons under 14 years of ageMature language

Content includes depiction of suicide, discussions of mental health and mass shooting


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