The Boy in the Chrysalis

Hapax Theatre
The Boy in the Chrysalis
Fringe
  • Dates: Aug 23, 2018 - Sep 2, 2018
  • Location: Langham Court Theatre (Fringe Venue 5)
  • Created: Liam Monaghan
  • Advance price: Regular $11/ St & Sr $9 + s/c
  • Door price: Regular $11/ St & Sr $9
  • Duration: 40 mins
  • Rating: PG 14+: Coarse language
  • Genre: Dramatic Monologue
  • Country: Victoria, BC

The Boy in the Chrysalis tells the story of a broken-hearted man—a grade school teacher by day, a drag queen by night—whose relationship has recently ended. Faced with the banality of everyday existence, this man does what he can to escape from his apartment, his routine—and his life. His story is a portrait of loneliness, compassion, and the fragile power of the imagination. hapaxtheatre.com 

About the artist/company
hapax theatre (formerly Jarvolution Theatre) was formed in 2014 by Heather Jarvie and Chad Laidlaw in Victoria, BC. We believe that magic happens in a theatre. We believe that through exceptional storytelling, an artist can touch a person’s life. We believe that theatre can open minds, and encourage dialogue around ideas and beliefs. We believe that providing an encouraging, challenging space will help artists create their best art.

Credits
Liam Monaghan – Playwright
Vaughn Naylor – Actor
Chad Laidlaw – Designer/SM/Producer
Heather Jarvie – Director/Marketing/Producer

Showtimes

Aug
24
Friday
05:15 pm
Aug
25
Saturday
07:30 pm
Aug
26
Sunday
03:00 pm
Aug
27
Monday
07:00 pm
Sep
01
Saturday
08:30 pm
Sep
02
Sunday
04:30 pm

Tickets

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Location

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Langham Court Theatre (Fringe Venue 5)
805 Langham Court,
Victoria, BC V8V 4J3
Phone: (250) 383-2663

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