Last seen in its premiere production in 2005, Stewart Lemoine’s effervescent comedy depicts the arrival of a charismatic automaton amongst Long Island high society in the 1920s. Mark Meer returns as the mechanical interloper, joined by Shannon Blanchet and Louise Lambert in fine flapper form, and Teatro newcomer Braydon Dowler-Coltman as an enterprising millionaire orphan.
Venice, c. 1400. The Gabourgias and the Spinellis are but two of many douchal families spoiling, plotting, and conniving for power, money, golden baubles, ships, silks, spices... AND LOVE. All under the watchful eye of the most powerful sovereign on the face of the known world: The Douche of Venice...
Nationally acclaimed for her work on CBC Radio’s The Irrelevant Show, Jana O’Connor has long been a familiar face on the Teatro stage. We’re thrilled to present the premiere production of her brand new 1930s screwball comedy, about a man with one fiancée more than is perhaps ideal. Andrew MacDonald-Smith, Rachel Bowron, Mark Meer, and Davina Stewart are on board, joined by Celina Dean in her first Teatro appearance in over a decade. Dave Horak directs.
Everyone’s a bit suspicious and no one’s really free of guilt, but that doesn’t matter if we’re all friends, right? Betrayal really is the sincerest form of flattery in this sleek and fast-paced contemporary thrill ride, in the style of Cause and Effect and Evelyn Strange. The glamorously adroit cast includes trusted Teatro regulars Jenny McKillop, Mathew Hulshof, Kendra Connor, and Vincent Forcier, plus alluring curveballs Patricia Cerra and Garett Ross in their startling company debuts.