November 13 – 28, 2009 at the Walmer Centre Theatre in Toronto
Seelig’s New Play Reinvents Greek Myth of Oedipus and Biblical/Koranic Tales of Isaac & Ishmael
One Little Goat Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Talking Masks – a new play that combines the Oedipus of Ancient Greece with the Biblical and Koranic tales of Isaac and Ishmael to deliver a powerful meditation on the nature of blessings and curses. The four-person play is written and directed by One Little Goat’s Artistic Director, Adam Seelig, writer and director of the critically acclaimed Antigone:Insurgency.
Talking Masks opens Friday, November 13 and runs to November 28, Tuesdays to Saturdays at 8 p.m. at Toronto’s Walmer Centre Theatre, 188 Lowther Avenue (one block northwest of Bloor and Spadina). Tickets are $20; $12 for students, seniors and artists; and $23/$15 in the final week; Tuesdays PWYC. For information and tickets, call 416-915-0201 or visit www.OneLittleGoat.org.
Early tickets will include a complimentary special edition of the play, published by BookThug Press, while supplies last.