November 7th, 2017 – November 19th, 2017
Both hysterical and disturbing, Daughter plays in the liminal space between autobiography and fiction. It is a darkly satirical piece about a father stuck in a moment of confusion—raised in patriarchy, confronting his new identity as a patriarch/father, and not knowing how to operate in the world. Daughter is a true thought disrupter that will leave you charged and ready to talk.
Daughter interrogates questions of culpability and complicity in our society. It examines the subtle and not so subtle ways we condone and encourage misogyny; “boys will be boys”.
Welcome to Daughter: a show that exposes the hypocrisies and complexities of the human experience. (theatrecentre.org)
|Melissa D’Agostino||Assistant Director|
|Richard Feren||Sound Designer|
|Michelle Ramsay||Lighting Designer|
|Rebecca Vandevelde||Associate Lighting Designer|
|Rebecca Vandevelde||Production Stage Manager|
|Adam Lazarus||Producer for Quiptake|
|Jivesh Parasram||Producer for Pandemic Theatre|
|Tom Arthur Davis||Producer for Pandemic|
|Aislinn Rose||Creative Producer for The Theatre Centre|
|Navid Amini||House Technician|
|Tim Lindsay||Technical Director|
|Billy Wolf||Director of Production|