The Toronto premiere of FROZEN, a play by Bryony Lavery, embarks on the dark journey of three people drawn together by horrific circumstances.
Nancy retreats into a state of frozen hope after her ten-year-old daughter goes missing. Agnetha, the American academic, travels to England to research her thesis: “Serial Killing: A Forgiveable Act?” And then there’s Ralph, a loner who seeks distraction from his base urges.
FROZEN poetically entwines these three lives in this environmental staging, in order to explore our human capacity for forgiveness, remorse and change after an act that would seem to rule them out entirely.
Starring Lavetta Griffin, Peter Nelson and Lynn Zeelenberg with Alexander Saridag
Director: Andrew Freund
Stage Manager: Mel Watkins
Set: Natalia Tcherniak
Costumes: Claire McMillan
Lights: Eric Sullivan
Sound: Dave Fitzpatrick
Producer: Christopher Douglas
This is a Canadian Actors’ Equity Association production under the Artists’ Collective Policy.
Previews April 1 and 4 at 8PM
Performances April 5, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19 at 8PM and April 20 at 2PM
Mondays are Pay-What-You-Can with Advance tickets available online
Tickets are available online or at the door