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March 23


Hosted by Montréal, arts interculturels (MAI)


3680 Jeanne Mance Street, Montréal, QC, Canada

March 23 at 3 PM

Relaxed performance.

Yev is a hermit living in a remote region of the Siberian Taiga, the sole survivor of a family who fled civilization for fear of religious persecution. Matthew, a biology student who’s curious about her solitary life, begins a correspondence but soon discovers that Yev is not entirely alone. Acted by Alison Darcy and written by Joseph Shragg, the play mobilizes complex, multi-perspectival storying telling to slowly unearths the truth of these relationships forged amid seclusion.

Scapegoat Carnivale Theatre is an award-winning Montreal theatre company focused on creating innovative new work and classical adaptations, whose productions strive for theatre to be an unruly and visceral shared experience.

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Photo credit: Polar Bear © Andreas Lie

Relaxed performance. Wheelchair accessible venue. Two for one ticket pricing for all relaxed performances. Download visual story (PDF). More about relaxed performances at MAI.