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By Caryl Churchill
Directed by Brenley Charkow
Canadian Professional premiere

As part of the Neil Munro Directing Showcase- SHAW FESTIVAL 


To be worshipped is not freedom.” 

― Shulamith Firestone, The Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution

Valery is an ordinary housewife who possesses an extraordinary and unusual gift: the ability to move objects with her mind. She is on her way to Harvard to submit to testing, along with her career-driven manager Di. Something is not right and begins to fear that her powers are waning. Is this the result of meeting Cliff? Or is it because she has become a commodity to be exploited?



Set & Costume Design by Kara Pankiw

Lighting Design by Jeff Pybus

Sound Design by Rachel O'Brien

Featuring: Fiona Byrne, Kaleb Alexander, Julia Course

Stage managed by Frances Johnson

TD: Dan Gallo



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