Live Theatre Returns to the Centaur with


Same play! Same cast … one year later!
The Centaur Theatre is thrilled to announce that actors are currently rehearsing for the remount of last year’s smash hit, MOB!  With the Quebec government’s recent decision to reopen theatres, Centaur is proceeding with the hit play that was interrupted by Covid-19 more than a year ago.

Written by Catherine-Anne Toupin
Translation by Chris Campbell
Directed by Andrew Shaver
With Susan Bain, Matthew Kabwe and Adrianne Richards

A brilliant psychological thriller that keeps the audience in suspense to the very end.

Sophie, a professional with 20 years’ experience in her field, loses her job under questionable circumstances. Confused and hurt, she heads out of town looking for a way to assuage her humiliation and rage, eventually arriving at a quaint B&B run by the matronly Louise and her warm and welcoming nephew, Martin.

After a few well-watered evenings, tongues loosen and a disturbing complicity develops between Martin and Sophie. Was her distraught drive to the country and unexpected arrival at the B&B as random as we think? A brilliant psychological thriller that keeps the audience in suspense to the very end.

Mature subject matter and strong language. This play contains references to gender-based violence and explicit sexual content.

Tickets & Safety
Tickets will go on sale March 19th for small, socially distanced audiences for 8 performances of MOB.
To ensure the safety of patrons, artists and staff, Centaur is adhering strictly to all of the government’s health and safety protocols. These practices include socially distanced seating, the implementation of a frequent sanitation routine, mandatory masks throughout the performance, and confirming that anyone entering the building is symptom-free. Centaur has also upgraded its ventilation system in both the theatre and public area.

Tickets for MOB on sale Friday, March 19, 2021 at 12pm