Girls' Night Cabin Fever

Girls' Night Cabin Fever
Company
Ghouls and Girls Theatre
Playwright
Cassie Davidson
Runtime
60 minutes

Things get spooky in this fast-paced, horror farce following three women, who are stranded in a creepy cabin. As they try to rekindle their childhood friendship, Charlie, Ember and Liz make a frenzied attempt to survive all the classic perils of a cabin in the woods. As the suspense grows and the power goes out, it begs the question, would you try to confront the threat? Or as Ember, asks “Do you wanna get turnt together one more time before we die, and finish off this margarita mix?


Credits

Director
Michael Williamson
Cast
Allison Ehrlich, Cassie Davidson, Kenny Grenier, Lizzie Moffatt, Mackenzie Kelly
Stage Manager
Iris Asserlind
Sound Designer
Ryan Maxwell
Dramaturg
Brandon White, Shannon Mills

More about the show experience

Latecomers will only be admitted into the theatre within the first 15 minutes of the performance.


Performances

  Date Time
5th July 4:15pm  
6th July 9:15pm  
8th July 3:30pm  
10th July 4:15pm  
11th July 7:45pm Sold out
13th July 12:00pm Sold out
14th July 6:00pm Sold out

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


More about the show and company

A new, Toronto-based Theatre company created in 2024. Ghouls and Girls Theatre engages emerging and interdisciplinary artists to present new and original Canadian works.


Content advice

Not recommended for persons under 18 years of age Sexual content Graphic violence Abrupt cues Fog machine Strobe lights Mature language

Sensory description

There will be flashes of lightning, large portions of the show in blackout, lit with flashlights and onstage camping lanterns. There will also be many sound effects of thunder, electronic sounds and growling creatures. A fog machine will be used at the beginning, middle and end of the show. The show is dialogue and movement heavy, with the actors raising their voices a number of times.