December 1989, a man entered a packed class of a Montréal Polytechnique carrying a gun. After separating the male and female students he claimed that his actions would “Fight Feminism” and then shot all 9 women in the room, 6 of whom died. He then left the classroom and rampaged through the school killing 8 more.
One of the survivors, Jean is crippled by guilt and anxiety as he tried to understand the aftermath. At home his parents Benoît and Kathleen do everything they can to help their beloved son cope with his guilt and rage… but Jean’s young life becomes unglued.
The December Man was awarded the prestigious ‘Governor General’s Award’ in 2007 and has had many critically reviewed performances across the Globe.
Age Recommendation: 16+
This performance will be semi staged to a high degree in a similar manner to our productions of Howerd’s End and Two.
Performances: Saturday 16th June 4pm & 7:30pm, Sunday 17th at 4pm.