08.11.2022 – 27.11.2022
Written by Hannah Moscovitch and directed by Eda Holmes, it won the 2021 Governor General’s Award and features Marcel Jeannin and Inès Defossé. The piece is a reflection on the topics of consent and exploitation.
Hannah Moscovitch is an internationally acclaimed Canadian playwright, TV writer, and librettist who is known for her up-to-the-minute plays with shocking twists. While examining the topic of sexual misconduct, the play explores two points of view of the same relationship and seeks to discover the truth. We encounter Jon Macklem, a professor in the midst of a divorce, and Annie, one of his students with whom he begins a forbidden relationship.
Located in the heart of Old Montreal, Centaur Theatre is devoted to sharing stories that expand our perceptions of the world. From November 8 to 27, it is your chance to attend the play Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes. Reserve your seat, tickets are now on sale online.
N.B.: Schedules and more details can be found directly on the company's website.
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Theatre Centaur, 453 Rue Saint-François-Xavier, Montréal, Québec H2Y 2T1, Canada