The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Simon Stephen’s stage adaptation of Mark Haddon’s lauded novel The Curious Incident of The Dog in the Night-Time has been celebrated on international stages, winning best play awards in both London and New York. In a story brimming with compassion and humour, Stephens gives us entry into the world of 15-year-old Christopher Boone, a young boy on the autism spectrum. Christopher’s quest to find the killer of his neighbour’s dog leads him on a journey in which he begins to chart his own destiny.

“Well worth seeking out … sharply entertaining well-directed, well-acted play… among the best productions I’ve seen from Theatre Inconnu.”   Times Colonist

“incredibly unique and engaging… The entire cast of eight is strong… This is not a theatre experience to be missed.”  Check the Program

Winner of the 2020 Victoria Critics Awards for:
Best Director: Kate Rubin
Best Actor: Finn Kelly

Preview Feb 12 @ 8pm
8pm:  Feb 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 29
2pm:  Feb 15, 22, 29

Directed by Kate Rubin
Staring (alphabetically):  Lorene Cammiade, Ian Case, Bronwyn Churcher, Finn Kelly, Jeni Luther, Fiona St. Clair,  Stuart Wright and Wayne Yercha

Ariel Glidden: Stage Manager 
Carole Klemm: Set design
Ian Case: Lighting design
Ingrid Hansen: Movement coach
Jason King: Technical consultant  

Reservations and Ticket Sales

Directly through THEATRE INCONNU: Phone (250) 360-0234  or  by  Email. Complimentary tickets, special needs seating, and subscribers: need to reserve directly through Theatre Inconnu

Ticket Prices:
14 regular, $10 seniors (60+) /students/unwaged
Wednesday Feb 12 is half-price ($7) preview
Wednesday Feb 19 is Pay-What-You-Wish admission
The show is about 2 and a half hours long, including one intermission.
Theatre Inconnu is located at 1923 Fernwood Road (across the street from the Belfry Theatre).
We are wheelchair accessible

Fiona St. Clair, Stuart Wright, Ian Case, Finn Kelly, Bronwyn Churcher, Jeni Luther

Dog Sees God (Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead)

This show is postponed due to the current COVID-19 situation. Please return periodically to check for updates.

Spring at Theatre Inconnu attempts to answer the burning universal question: What will happen to the Peanuts gang as they struggle with teenage angst?  Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead provides the answer. This award-winning play by Bert Royal is an irresistible portrayal of some familiar characters (who bear a striking resemblance to Charles M. Schulz’s iconic kids) entering young adulthood. Whimsy is tempered by the challenges facing today’s youth. 

“Humorous, raw, topical, foul-mouthed and at times inspired… both sensitive and desensitizing… a dynamic combination that makes for exciting theater.”  Stage and Cinema (Los Angeles)

Directed by Morgan Gad

Starring (alphabetically): Autumn Antonsen, Atticus Cohen-Yelle, Matthew Connelly, Andrea Eggenberger, Rebecca Elliott, Jon Hunwick, Frankie Wilson, Tianxu Zhao

Stage Manager – Michael Gosselin


Ticket Prices:
14 regular, $10 seniors (60+) /students/unwaged

The show is about 2 hours long, including one intermission.

Theatre Inconnu is located at 1923 Fernwood Road (across the street from the Belfry Theatre).

We are wheelchair accessible