Infinitheatre - Battered Battered
From October 18th 2016 to November 6th 2016
Bobby Lyons is in trouble. During a quarrel, he inadvertently broke the arm of his girlfriend Filo. Now he must undergo court-ordered counselling with Eleanor, a psychiatrist who has issues of her own with her lover Frederick. A chance encounter changes everything.
Battered: a story of violence, redemption and the unending complications of love.


Previews Oct 18 and 19
Shows at 8pm, Sunday Matinees at 2pm

The Rialto Infinite Studio,
5711 ave. du Parc
Montréal, QC H2V 4G9

$25 General admission
$20 Students, Seniors (65+)
$17 Groups (6+) and Previews
$12 School groups
$100 6Pack (6 shows for the price of 4!)


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Playwright: Arthur Holden
Director: Diana Fajrajsl

Starring: Brett Watson, Gitanjali Jain, Shawn Campbell and Susan Glover
Set Design: Cassandre Chatonnier
Costume Design: Cassandre Chatonnier
Lighting Design: Eric Mongerson
Sound Design: Andrew Scriver

Review: Battered lights a path through the darkness
Published on: October 21, 2016 | Last Updated: October 21, 2016 12:27 PM EDT 
There's boldness in the premise of Arthur Holden's latest play, Battered, which is being produced by Infinithéâtre after receiving a staged reading, complete with a volatile talk-back session, a couple of years back. It’s a jaunty comedy about a domestic abuse incident in which a man inadvertently breaks his girlfriend’s arm, then refuses to obey a court order to stay away from her. Bristling yet?
Read the full review here.