Conversion

written by Alyson Grant

From February 6th 2018 to February 25th 2018

Director: Guy Sprung
Avec/Starring: Diana Fajrajsl, Timothy Hine, Mike Payette and Denise Watt

Infinithéâtre - Conversion Writer of our hit show Progress!

Conversion ’s four family members get together for what is supposed to be a straightforward celebratory supper, but familiar patter and patterns quickly devolve into a collision course of identities—race, class, gender and religion.
This is the night that secrets explode and the bonds of love and blood get twisted and tested.



Post-Show Talk-Backs on Thursdays!
French surtitles available on Tuesdays and Fridays!


Dans Conversion quatre membres d’une famille se rassemblent pour ce qui est censé être un souper de célébration, mais les modèles familiers entrent rapidement en collision avec des identités telles que la race, la classe sociale, le genre et l’appartenance religieuse. C’est la nuit où les secrets se révèlent, où la laideur arrive à son paroxysme et où les liens de l’amour et du sang deviennent tordus et seront mis à l’épreuve.


Discussions après le spectacle chaque jeudi!
Surtitres en français disponibles les mardis et vendredis!


Décor et les costumes / Set and Costumes: Emily Soussana
Éclairage/Lighting: Andrew Scriver
Son/Sound: Devon Bate

 

Espace Knox
6215 Avenue Godfrey
Montreal, QC H4B 1K3

Previews February 6th & 7th
Shows at 8pm, Sunday PWYC Matinees at 2pm
Post-Show Talk-Backs on Thursdays

$30 General Admission
$23 Students & Seniors
$25 Union/Equity/QDF
$20 Groups (7+) & Previews
$14 Action-Infini School Groups
$120 6 Pack Season Pass
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Sunday Matinees are PWYC

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February 13th and 14th ONLY
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Thursday Post-Show Talk-Backs
Thursday February 15th and 22nd ONLY

We will host Thursday night post-show talk-backs with the playwright (Alyson Grant), all four actors (Diana Fajrajsl, Timothy Hine, Mike Payette and Denise Watt), and two professionals to shed light on the two central religions discussed in Conversion.
We have the pleasure of welcoming Ehab Lotayef, a human rights activist and advocate against Islamophobia, and Rabbi Reuben Poupko, a rabbi of the Beth Israel Beth Aaron Congregation, to share their insights on the Muslim and Jewish topics in the play.
Guy Sprung, the director, will act as panel mediator.