King of Canada is a meta-theatrical political comedy with two actors: a woman and a man. The man plays King and the woman plays everybody else; close to forty other characters including King’s mother, FDR, Churchill, Hitler, and three Irish terriers named Pat. Through vaudevillian charm and the art of the buffoon, King of Canada reveals how Canadian politics have often been (and still are) a balancing act between what should be done for the good of all and what is done to maintain power. Directed by multi-award-winning Zach Fraser and showcasing Ellen David and Brian Dooley, two celebrated stars of the Montreal theatre scene, and presented in association with KIN Experience, King of Canada was streamed live online, November 6th @ 7:30PM and November 8th @ 2PM.
UPDATE 10/27/2020: In light of the government of Québec's decision to extend the current Red Zone restrictions in an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19 in Québec, our live in-person performances of King of Canada have been postponed until further notice. Infinithéâtre remains committed to presenting King of Canada to a live audience in the future, and all ticket holders will be contacted directly and offered the option to hold onto their tickets until we are permitted to open, or request a refund.
General Admission (single): $30.00
Social Bubble (2+ tickets): $25.00
Students & Seniors (single): $25.00
Social Bubble - Students and Seniors (2+ tickets): $20.00