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A scathing, funny and deeply insightful mediation on consumerism and the opposing forces facing the average urban consumer, Nicolas Billon's one-act drama Iceland confirmed the writer as a force to be reckoned with in the Canadian theatre scene thanks to its masterful and thought-provoking story-telling, complex characters and black comic irony.
Revived by Theatre: Calgary as part of their latest 2019/20 theatre season and directed by Jenna Turk, an artistic associate of the company, the play illustrates the banking crisis of the mid 2000s through the lens of a confrontation between a real estate agent and a tenant. Three flawed and relatable characters emerge and as they share their own stories, questions about the challenge of human relations and meaningful connection emerges.
Opening night: 15 October 2019
3 reviews, average rating: (1.3 Stars)
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