Tickets for this show are on sale now.
Silverman has taken a 17th century play (The Witch of Edmonton by Rowley, Decker, & Ford) and infused it with modern sensibilities and vernacular to give us a comedic fable with serious undertones. Opportunism is creating havoc in the Duke’s household as Satan’s apprentice works her mischief, and Elizabeth – the village outcast with more sense than all combined – creates a magic that threatens to derail the best laid devilish plans.
“full of wit and creativity… a great choice for an evening out.”
Emily Welch, Nexus, Victoria
Director: Wendy Gail
Assistant director: Jean Topham
Cast: Elizabeth Blanco, Colton Blum, James Johnson, Gloria Snider, Kevin Stinson, Deirdre Tipping
Stage Manager: Morgan Gadd
Costume Designer: Clara Van Horn-Foy
Sound Designer: Kevin Stinson
Original Music Composition, Fight Choreographer: John Varszegi
Morris Dance: Sylvia Hosie
To reserve and pay online, click on your desired date/time below.
May 3 – 8pm (Preview)
May 4 – 8pm
May 5 – 8pm
May 6 – 2pm
May 6 – 8pm
May 10 – 8pm
May 11 – 8pm
May 12 – 8pm
May 13 – 2pm
May 13 – 8pm
May 17 – 8pm
May 18 – 8pm
May 19 – 8pm – SOLD OUT
May 20 – 2pm – SOLD OUT
May 20 – 8pm
Reservations and Ticket Sales
$14 regular (adults), $10 seniors (60+) /students/unwaged
Wednesday May 3 is half-price ($7) preview
Wednesday May 10 is Pay-What-You-Wish admission
You can also reserve directly through THEATRE INCONNU without prepayment:
phone: (250) 360-0234
In this case, you will pay when you come to see the show.
Subscribers/pass holders need to reserve by phone or email. Your subscription or pass does not guarantee a seat if we are sold out, so we strongly advise reserving.
For more detailed ticket purchase information CLICK HERE.
The show is about 100 minutes long, including one intermission.
Theatre Inconnu is located in the Paul Phillips Hall at 1923 Fernwood Road (across the street from the Belfry Theatre).
We are wheelchair accessible – but you need to contact us beforehand so we can make accommodation.
Theatre Inconnu is located on the traditional lands of the Lekwungen peoples, also known as the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations.