The Clockmaker by Stephen Massicotte

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Jan. 15-18 & 22-25, 2015

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Synopsis

“Who are you?” is the question. Heinrich’s answer places him at the centre of a mystery, with his own future hanging in the balance.  Interrogated by a distrustful immigration official, and aided by a charming yet oddly forgetful young woman, Heinrich must answer another question before time runs out:  is it possible to be guilty of a murder that hasn’t been committed?
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What did the critics have to say?

“intriguing and engaging… it’s delightful because… the acting [is] so good… and Jenna Maren’s interesting set… [delivers] a bit of magic” – Cam Fuller, Saskatoon Starpheonix

Click here for the full Starpheonix Clockmaker Review

Why Embrace The Clockmaker?

The Clockmaker is a really unique piece of theatre. It is an award-winning play by a prominent Canadian playwright, Stephen Massicotte. It won the Betty Mitchell Award for Best New Play in 2009 and was named best Canadian play of the 2010-2011 season at the inaugural Toronto Theatre Critics’ Awards.

But why should it be seen? Because it is unusual, challenging, inspiring theatre. The Clockmaker is a love story, but not a conventional love story. It centers on the lives of two soul mates who never truly found one another. It is a deceptively simple play that reveals itself to be so much more than a whodunit or a superficial boy-meets-girl. The light-bulb moments of the play are truly breathtaking. It is also a play of deep innocence and understated humour.

This is a Canadian Actors’ Equity Association production under the Artists’ Collective Policy.

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