ONE MORE WEEK! Centaur’s final show of the season is a timely and urgent play that tackles climate and environment in a tour de force performance by award-winning actor Warona Setshewalo. Now playing until May 15, 2022, A Play for the Living… sets the stage for engaging and thought-provoking theatre.
Scroll through for a round up of quotes and reviews. Centaur staff takes your health and safety seriously – read more on our protocols here. We are thrilled to be back making theatre – and we couldn’t do it without YOU!
Read the reviews
“A Play for the Living in a Time of Extinction is sobering yet hopeful”
“For Those Who Care About the Environment or Enjoy Excellent Theatre”
“English Theatre: Miranda Rose Hall’s «A Play for the Living in a Time of Extinction»: Swan Song”
“Wake-Up Call At Centaur’s A Play For The Living In A Time Of Extinction”
“The Climate Crisis Takes Centre Stage at the Centaur Theatre”
“The Heat is On…”
Video – Playwright Miranda Rose Hall
CBC interview with Director Rose Plotek
Thanks to CBC Montreal “Our Montreal” for the in-depth interview with director Rose Plotek. In the interview, we learn the approach the play takes is one of care – care for each other, for the creatures with whom we share this planet, and care for the Earth itself. This holistic point of view is highlighted by the collective nature of theatre, Plotek explains. View the interview here.
Take part in an immersive experience between audience and performer that rejuvenates the spirit and sets the stage for hope for each other and our planet. See you at the theatre!