Water People

Theatre Inconnu
Water People
Fringe
  • Dates: Aug 23, 2018 - Sep 2, 2018
  • Location: Downtown Community Centre (Fringe Venue 2)
  • Created: Ellen Arrand
  • Advance price: Regular $11/ St & Sr $9 + s/c
  • Door price: Regular $11/ St & Sr $9
  • Duration: 65 mins
  • Rating: Adults only
  • Genre: Dramedy
  • Country: Victoria, BC

When the system fails, Beth – a middle-aged novelist – begins caring for her disabled mother. It seemed the right thing to do at the time. But a sociopathic social worker, a diabolical sibling, a high maintenance cat, and the woman in the mirror confirming time is not standing still, are now “writing” the story that is defining Beth’s life. theatreinconnu.com

About the artist/company
Ellen Arrand is a published novelist – Public Works; Private Souls (Beach Holme) & Hotel Abundancia (Ekstasis), short story writer (various literary magazines), and Playwright – Bear me Stiffly Up & Trutch Street Women (both Ekstasis). She studied playwriting during her Master of Fine Arts program (Guelph University) with Judith Thompson and Marilyn Bowering. Trutch Street Women was a finalist in the Canadian National Playwriting Competition (2005) and was furthered work-shopped by Theatre One (Nanaimo). Both plays were produced by Theatre Inconnu. Ellen performed in both productions. Theatre Inconnu has been producing plays in Victoria since 1987.

Credits
Ellen Arrand: playwright and performer
Clayton Jevne: director

 

Showtimes

Aug
24
Friday
05:30 pm
Aug
25
Saturday
08:30 pm
Aug
26
Sunday
04:00 pm
Aug
31
Friday
06:45 pm
Sep
01
Saturday
04:30 pm
Sep
02
Sunday
12:30 pm

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Downtown Community Centre (Fringe Venue 2)
755 Pandora,
Victoria, BC V8W 1N9
Phone: (250) 383-2663

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