TALISMAN THEATRE PRESENTS
ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY BY DENIS CÔTÉ
TRANSLATION/ADAPTATION BY MICHAEL MACKENZIE
DIRECTED BY MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Vic: Julie Tamiko Manning
Flo: Natalie Liconti
Jackie: Leslie Baker
Parole officer: Alexandre Lavigne
Set Design: Lyne Paquette
Costume Design: Fruzsina Lanyi
Lighting Design: Tim Rodrigues
Sound Design: Peter Cerone
Video Design: Marianna Frandsen
Stage Manager: Emlyn vanBruinswaardt
Assistant Director: Cristina Cugliandro
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The story combines elements of a love story (Vic and Flo) with a backdrop of a domestic drama (Vic and Flo's unfolding relationship, Vic's uncle and his infirmity and death), the Noir genre (two ex-cons and their parole officer, the terrifying Jackie), something of the horror genre (we won't give any spoilers here!) with twist of Quebecois magic realism at the end. The play will be translated, adapted for the stage and directed by Michael Mackenzie. Stay tuned for news on casting and rehearsals, and on all Vic and Flo developments, please follow us on twitter @TheatreTalisman or LIKE us on Facebook at Talisman Theatre.
Talisman will be breaking new ground this fall when it produces the world stage premiere of Denis Coté's film Vic et Flow ont vu un ours. A genre bending horror/love story, Vic and Flo won numerous international awards including the prestigious Berlin Film Festival Alfred Bauer award for opening new perspectives on cinematic art.
Translation and adaptation developed through Playwrights' Workshop Montreal's The Glassco Translation Residency in Tadoussac and Translation Workshop Program.