CULVER starts at the St. Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival
Humanly Possible Productions presents: CULVER
Some grey areas aren’t so grey… two co-workers get drawn into very different online worlds in the wake of the #metoo movement. Can they survive this test to their relationship, or are they on a collision course?
For immediate release, Humanly Possible Productions will present Culver, a drama about the fallout of the #metoo movement at the 2019 St. Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival.
Le P’tit Impro: 3713 Saint-Laurent #202.
Show dates and times:
Friday, June 7th at 9:45 pm
Saturday, June 8th at 6:15 pm
Sunday, June 9th at 11:00 pm
Tuesday, June 11th at 10:45 pm
Friday, June 14th at 7:30 pm
Saturday, June 15th at 5:15 pm
Sunday, June 7th at 6:00 pm
Culver Starring: Vanessa Lazare and Shaun Orbin
Humanly Possible Productions is a new feminist theatre company, comprised of Concordia Theatre students Julia Weisser, Danielle Eyer, and Camille Fecteau. Culver is our debut production.
Culver’s Writer/director Julia Weisser:
“As a 21st-century feminist, I am interested in the effect of the online “men’s rights” movements (also known as “meninist,” or “red pill”) on young men. Culver is set in October 2017, when the Weinstein story broke. It’s about what happens when two people fall down very different internet holes when their take on the same news story is so radically different that they can no longer speak to one another. It’s a controversial play, one that will keep people talking long after they leave the theatre. But these are conversations we need to be having post-#metoo.”
Ticket price: $10+ $2.50 (service charge); $8 + $2.50 for students, seniors, and QDF members
Venue: Venue #3, Le P’tit Impro, 3713 Saint-Laurent #202