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Commencing & Subway – Two One Act Plays by Jane Shepard
October 6, 2022 @ 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM$10.00 – $14.00
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Jane Shepard has crafted two wonderfully entertaining one-act plays that explore with humour and empathy the need to share the human experience with another. Expect laugh-out-lout moments interspersed with heart warming insights and edge of your seat suspense. In Commencing, a misunderstanding leads to a highly comical situation in which two women find their notions of gender identity challenged by an intense personal connection. A similar theme, with more serous undertones, is explored in Subway, as a chance encounter between two women pushes them to weigh expectations against vulnerability.
“I’ve seen two great one-acts in my life, [Edward Albee’s] Zoo Story and this one [Commencing].” –NYTheatre.com
“Edgy, original, and with a darkly comic humanity… Jane writes incredibly rich and truthful female characters not often seen on stage.” theatermania.com
Directed by Wendy Gail
Cast: Kathy Macovichuk, Caroline Mackenzie
Directed by Sydney Hunt
Cast: Sophie Groves, Klara Kopeinigg
Sept 21 – 8pm (Preview)
Sept 22 – 8pm
Sept 23 – 8pm
Sept 24 – 2pm
Sept 24 – 8pm
Sept 28 – 8pm
Sept 29 – 8pm
Sept 30 – 8pm
Oct 1 – 2pm
Oct 1 – 8pm
Oct 5 – 8pm
Oct 6 – 8pm
Oct 7 – 8pm
Oct 8 – 2pm
Oct 8 – 8pm
Reservations and Ticket Sales
$14 regular (adults), $10 seniors (60+) /students/unwaged
Wednesday Sept 21 is half-price ($7) preview
Tuesday Sept 27 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.
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
Theatre Inconnu is located on the traditional lands of the Lekwungen peoples, also known as the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations.
We are wheelchair accessible – but you need to contact us beforehand so we can make accommodation.