Centaur Theatre presents

A Play for the Living in a Time of Extinction

Written by Miranda Rose Hall
Directed by Rose Plotek
Featuring Warona Setshwaelo
Shortlisted for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize

Meet Naomi, a dramaturg who must retell the story of life on Earth, including all the great extinctions. Played by award-winning actor Warona Setshwaelo, Naomi’s journey mirrors our own as she confronts impending climate disaster with honesty, humour, and heart.

Coming back to the theatre in a whole new way
Immerse yourself in a complete theatrical experience that explores the connection between hope and action. Centaur Theatre invites you to lend your voice in an immersive theatrical experience that puts the audience and performer in the spotlight.

With honesty, humour, and heart, playwright Miranda Rose Hall’s acclaimed drama implores us to confront the climate crisis and all the questions it brings with it: Where are we going? Where did we come from? And what are we losing?

*Please note haze will be used in this production.

April 26 – May 15, 2022

Talk Backs after the show are scheduled for Sunday, May 8 (post show) & Thursday, May 12 (post-matinee).
Great theatre provokes wide-ranging emotions and probing introspection. We invite you to stay after the performance to share your reactions with the artists and clear up any questions you might have about the play.

Saturday Salon
Saturday, April 30, following the 2:00pm matinee performance.
Playwright Miranda Rose Hall will be Eda Holmes’ guest.
Find out what motivates Miranda Rose Hall in her writing and research, and go deeper into the process of this inspiring theatre artist for our time.

Sunday Chat Up
May 1, 2022 – Get informed at the Sunday Chat-Up at 12:30pm with an invited speaker hosted by former Editor-in-Chief of the Montreal Gazette, Lucinda Chodan. Heather Short, climate science educator, will speak about climate literacy and how to talk to family and friends about the climate emergency.

To purchase your tickets visit: www.centaurtheatre.com