The Full Light of Day tells the story of Mary, an aging matriarch in a wealthy Canadian family. As she approaches the end of her life, Mary is forced to contend with her husband's legacy and the misdeeds that brought her family money, privilege and prestige. A new film/theatre hybrid from the same company behind 12.13's groundbreaking Tear the Curtain!
"A tour de force of multimedia inventiveness"
– THE VANCOUVER SUN
"Magnificent... deeply moving"
- THE GLOBE AND MAIL
- Location: Bluma Appel Theatre
- Run Time: Approx. 160 minutes (including one intermission)
Director & DramaturgKim Collier
Dramaturg & VR FilmmakerKevin Kerr
Lighting DesignMichael Walton
Set DesignJulie Fox
Original CompositionsPeter Allen
Director of PhotographyBrian Johnson
Projection DesignJamie Nesbitt
Costume DesignNancy Bryant
Sound DesignBrian Linds
Production ManagerNicole Lamb
Technical Director & Video ManagerCraig Alfredson
Stage ManagerLouise Currie
Assistant Stage ManagerPeter Jotkus
Dean Paul Gibson
William Ford Hopkins
DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCING PARTNERS: BANFF CENTRE FOR THE ARTS, VANCOUVER CIVIC THEATRES, BMO FINANCIAL GROUP. COMMISSIONING PARTNER: NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE (ENGLISH THEATRE). PARTNERS IN CREATION: CANADA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS NEW CHAPTER, CREATIVE BC, UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
Pre-show chats are free with a ticket to that evening's performance
Thursday, April 13, 20177:15pm (Bluma Appel Theatre)
Professor Barry Freeman, Assistant Professor in Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Toronto, discusses Robert Lepage's Theatrical canon.