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Productions

Theatre, BFA

Box Office Hours

Monday, Nov. 21: 9:30-11:30
Tuesday, Nov. 1: 3:30-5:30
Wednesday, Nov. 2: 2-4, 6:30-9:30
Thursday, Nov. 3: 2-4, 6;30-9:30
Friday, Nov. 4: 2-4, 6:30-9:30
Saturday, Nov. 5: 6-9:30

Upcoming productions - Fall 2022

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Hedda Gabler, by Henrik Ibsen

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Grenfell Theatre is proud to present Hedda Gabler by the great Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. Hedda is the proud daughter of a general trapped in a marriage and stuck in a world she can't control. This production re-frames this 1890's classic in the early 1970's - the time of shag carpets, wide lapels, and the dawn of modern feminism. 


Hedda Gabler will be directed by Michael Waller with set and costume design by Vickie Marston and roy Hansen-robitschek, and lighting design by Renate Pohl. The production will feature the work of our talented Grenfell Theatre school students. 

Hedda Gabler runs November 2nd to 5th at 8:00pm in the Fine Arts Theatre.



The Winter’s Tale, by William Shakespeare

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Shakespeare returns again and again to themes of jealousy and remorse, and the passions associated with these emotions. In The Winter’s Tale he throws a spotlight on the psychological ‘instant’ when something is perceived that can never be unseen - that all-too-human tendency to jump to conclusion - the blink of an eye when an assumption unleashes a flood of willful misunderstanding. Out of the ensuing wreckage a lot of questions emerge: how much punishment is sufficient when you have committed a serious crime? Where does passion-killing fall on the spectrum? What about regret and penance? Is forgiveness possible? These complex questions are illuminated through the innocence of children, and the wonder of a fairy tale. This play offers a young creative ensemble the chance to dig deep into themes of immediate topical relevance, through a variety of meaty roles, by means of Shakespeare’s glorious and challenging language.

 

The Winter’s Tale will be directed by by guest artist Jeannette Lambermont-Morey, with set and costume design by Vickie Marston and roy Hansen-robitschek, and lighting design by Renate Pohl. The Winter’s Tale runs November 23rd to 26th at 8:00pm in the Fine Arts Theatre.





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20 University Drive, Corner Brook, NL
A2H 5G4, Canada

Office: FA 415
Phone: (709) 637-6223
Email: lhumphri@grenfell.mun.ca



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