Written by Sharon Pollock
Directed by Danielle Wilson
Designed by Kelly Wolf
November 11, 12, 13, 2010 at 7:30 p.m.
Student Matinee: Friday, November 12, 2010 at 1:00 p.m.
“Lizzie Borden took an axe, gave her mother forty whacks…” In June of 1893, Lizzie Borden stood trial for the brutal murders of her father and stepmother, thus inspiring the popular children’s rhyme. Borden was acquitted but the crime was never solved. So did she, or didn’t she?
Held at the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre, call the Centre for the Arts Box Office, 905-688-5550, ext. 3257 for tickets.
Adult $15 / Seniors $12 / Students $12 / Groups $10 / eyeGo $5
Presented by the Department of Dramatic Arts.
Please see the MEDIA RELEASE
High School teachers and Educators: A description of the play and the performance is available for download (3 mb, PDF). Subjects include: The Play, Artistic Direction, Curriculum Ties, Student Matinee Booking, Study Guide/School Outreach.
Blood Relations: A Primer, is an introduction to our production, written by our Dramaturge and Fourth Year DART student, Spencer Smith. Included are: 1. Production Synopsis; 2. Lizzie Borden: The Legend; 3. Veins of Blood Relations; 4. Director’s Notes; 5. Sharon Pollock: The Playwright; 6. Collaboration; 7. List of Figures; 8. Bibliography.
Download your PDF copy of Blood Relations: A Primer (PDF, 10.3 MB, remotely hosted)