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THE LOVE TRIAL by Kiki Dranias. A modern Greek tragedy.

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Masonic Temple Hall

1850 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest

Montréal, QC H3H 1E4

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A modern Greek tragedy written & created by Kiki Dranias / directed by Diana Fajrajsl. Seven shows. Tickets at door as per availability.

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THE LOVE TRIAL by Kiki Dranias / directed by Diana Fajrajsl / produced by Purple Divine.

Under the scope of the eight notions of love defined by the Ancient Greeks, THE LOVE TRIAL is when a bunch of love addicts, from a Love Anonymous group, sue a "perfect lover" for what they claim is a reckless approach to loving. In the form of a fictional love trial, this modern Greek tragedy depicts how a father - the Captain- tries to do right by his late daughter, who took her own life, after having failed her while she was alive.

In this play, we are all witness, judge and jury to Storge, Philia, Agape, Mania, Pragma, Ludus, Eros and Philautia. Is the accused guilty or not?

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STARRING ALPHABETICALLY Anton May / Bill Rowat / Brett Watson / Christine Rodriguez / Howard Rosenstein / Matthew Kabwe / Tania Kontoyanni / Val Mervis

Set & Costume Design by Cassandre Chatonnier / Lighting Design by Aurora Torok / Sound Design by Diana Fajrajsl / Stage Manager Sierra Alarie / Produced by Purple Divine.

Supported by Canada Council for the Arts, Petros Taverna, Osteria Pollino, Nemea Olive Oil, Les Poissoneries Casablanca, Mr. James Papadimitriou, Centre Culturel George-Vanier, Masonic Temple Hall Montreal.


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Masonic Temple Hall

1850 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest

Montréal, QC H3H 1E4

Canada

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