WET by David James Brock
WET is an award winning In-Yer-Face play set during the height of Canada’s involvement in the Afghanistan War. A soldier returns home from active duty abandoned by her county. She’s broken. Her husband thinks he can fix her. She can no longer be a mother. He becomes her caregiver. She wants to disappear. He wants his wife back. Their basement suite becomes a prison. A former war comrade shows up to make things better. He doesn’t.
Winner of the Herman Voaden National Playwriting Competition, WET is a provocative examination of poverty, mental illness and the military industrial complex. Presented in ITSAZOO’s trademark immersive style, WET unfolds mere inches from intimately-sized audiences of 28 people per show.
WARNING: Violence, Coarse Language, Nudity, and other possible triggers we may not be aware of. Please contact email@example.com if you have questions regarding content and triggers. Not recommended for audiences under the age of 18.
The Russian Hall (located at 600 Campbell Ave.)
May 8th to 27th, 2018
Tuesdays through Sundays – 8pm
Previews – May 8th & 9th
Pay What You Can – May 15th
Tickets on sale now at Theatre Wire
$29 Regular/$25 Students&Seniors
Director Chelsea Haberlin
Dramaturg Sebastien Archibald
Stage Management Melissa McCowell
Set & Props Design Jenn Stewart
Costume Design Chantal Short
Lighting Design Conor Moore
Special Effects/Make-Up Cheyenne Mabberley
Fight Choreography Olivier Lunardi
Sound Design Mishelle Cuttler
Burns Genevieve Fleming
Sweetie Matthew MacDonald-Bain
Tom Praneet Akilla