WET By David James Brock
The Russian Hall (600 Campbell Ave)
May 8th – 27th, 2018
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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions regarding content and triggers. Not recommended for audiences under the age of 18.
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
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