Love and information

Synopsis

British writer Caryl Churchill’s play Love and information premiered in 2012. A criticism of the impact that new technologies have on our lives, this play highlights how information bombards us every day, severely diminishing our attention span and shaping our personal relationships.  

This play, written by Caryl Churchill and directed by Alisa Palmer, will be presented at the André-Pagé Studio from February 26 to March 1. The production includes the work of second-year students from the Acting, Set & Costume Design and Production Design & Technical Arts program and our first-year student from the Directing program.

Team

CAST

Director Alisa Palmer

With the Acting 2 students 

• Michael Bell
Brynn Tyra Godenir
Todd Houseman
Brontae Hunter
Ray Jacildo
Patrick Jeffrey
Wahsonti:io Kirby
Sadie Laflamme-Snow
Talijah Levene
Erin Loretta Mackey
Andrew Moore
Erika Prevost
Savion Roach
Espoir Segbeaya
• Jessica B. Hill (professional)

CREATIVE AND PRODUCTION TEAM


• Assistant Director: Angelica Schwartz D1
• Set Designer: Joline Rath SCD2
• Costume Designer: Jawon Kang SCD2
• Costume Designer: Ximena Pinilla SCD2
• Lighting Designer: Christian Horoszczak PT2
• Sound Designer: Michael Wanless PT2
• Production Manager: Zach Fedora PT2
• Technical Director: Michael Wanless PT2
• Stage Manager: Zach Fedora PT2
• Assistant Stage Manager / Crew: Tiffany Ledesma PT1
• Head of Lighting: Christian Horoszczak PT2
• Head of Sound: Michael Wanless PT2

COACHES

Production David Alexandre-Chabot
Stage Management Kathryn Westoll
Set and Costume Design Patrice Charbonneau-Brunelle
Acting Jessica B Hill
Voice Laurel Thomson
• Movement Rebecca Harper

Performances

  • Preview: February 27, 2019 at 7:30pm 
  • February 28, 2019 at 7:30pm
  • March 1, 2019 at 2pm
  • March 1, 2019 at 7:30pm

Please note: contrary to previous announcements, there will be no performance on Tuesday, February 26. The preview has been pushed to Wednesday, February 27 at 7:30 pm.

Venue

Saint-Denis Campus
André-Pagé Studio
5030, Saint-Denis Street

Tickets

This show is Pay What You Think! Book your tickets now through the Box Office of the Monument-National and then make an online donation or deposit the amount of your choice in the identified boxes after the show.