King of Canada
written by Paul Van Dyck
From October 29th 2020 to November 8th 2020
Director: Zach Fraser
Starring Ellen David and Brian Dooley
UPDATE: With Montreal now classified as a Red Zone, and live theatre being prohibited by health and safety regulations, some performances of Infinithéâtre's upcoming production of "King of Canada" have been postponed. And the good news? Infinithéâtre will be amongst the first to welcome you home to live theatre, with performances of "King of Canada" now being scheduled to run from October 29th - November 8th!
Recently included as part of our Infinite Playwrights' Chat Room series, 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.
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 will run from October 29 to November 8th at KIN Gallery. Tickets are limited.
All tickets purchased for our October 29 - November 1st performances will be honoured. Ticket-holders for our postponed dates (October 20 - October 28th) will be personally contacted directly for the opportunity to reschedule or request a refund.
We will ensure all audience members adhere to COVID-19 health precautions, including mandatory masks, hand sanitizing and strict physical distancing. Ticket-holders may request to be seated with family or friends who are part of their personal bubble. Click HERE to view all safety measures.
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Please stay home if you show symptoms of COVID-19, or have been in contact with a possible case of COVID-19.