Mon, 14 March, 2016 — Sat, 19 March, 2016
By Fabien Cloutier | Directed By Rosie Kellagher
Translated by Nadine Desrochers
Produced in Association with the Traverse Theatre
Featuring Hilary Lyon, Antony Strachan and Rosalind Sydney
“Yesterday, something clicked. It was like – enough. ENOUGH.”
Alice’s mum knows how to bring up her child; how to be a good parent. It’s just a shame that not everyone else sees things her way. When she notices little Billy eating Cheetos on his way to nursery, it kick-starts a spiral of obsession and double standards. A beautiful and rhythmic play about the impossibilities of living up to the high standards we set for ourselves and others.
Fabien Cloutier is a Quebecois actor and playwright. His play Scotstown won the Coup de Coeur at the 2010 Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal and Cranbourne was a finalist for the Michel Tremblay Prize for Best Writing for the stage in 2011-2012. Billy (The Days of Howling) won the Prix Gratien-Gélinas in 2011 and was nominated for the Governor General’s Literary Award.
Monday - Saturday 1pm
(Doors 12pm/12.30pm on Mondays)
Ticket price includes a drink (beer, wine or soft drink) plus a pie or vegetarian quiche.