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OTHELLO

"...a very successful staging of Shakespeare’s text and one definitely worth seeing."

- THE BARD BRAWL

Nov 17-Dec 01, 2013

*WINNER of two META Awards*

Best Supporting Actress - Julie Tamiko Manning

Best Supporting Actor - Daniel Brochu

A Segal Centre production in association with Scapegoat Carnivale Theatre.

By William Shakespeare, Directed by Alison Darcy, Dramaturgy and Assistant Directed by Joseph Shragge.

 

Stage Managed by Melanie St.Jacques, Set and Costume Design by Veronique Bertrand, Lighting Design by Nico Descoteaux, Sound Design by David Oppenheim, Assistant Stage Managed by Luciana Burcheri, Apprentice Stage Managed by Crystal Laffoley and Elyse Quesnel, Set Design assistance by Logan Williams, Fight Choreography by Jean-Francois Gagnon.

Cast: Sean Arbuckle, Daneil Brochu, Paul Hopkins, Gitanjali Jain, Marcel Jeannin, Daniel Lillford, Amanda Lisman, Julie Tamiko Manning, Andrew Moodie, and Maurice Podbrey.

Photo credits: Andrew Moodie as Othello. Photographer: André Lanthier

Othello, the Moor of Venice, has been named General of the Venetian Army - earning him the love of the lovely Desdemona and the secret resentment of his closest advisor, Iago. Reason and emotion clash as the ambitious Iago preys on Othello's greatest vulnerability, his love for Desdemona. Heart-stopping and thrilling, Shakespeare's ultimate classic lives on in an exciting production featuring one of Montreal's most creative theatre companies. - Segal Centre for the Arts

"...directed with intelligence and panache...an unusual gender balance that emphasized the women’s roles, an interesting thing in a play that depicts conjugal violence. Strong performances...suggested a feminist perspective." - MONTREAL GAZETTE

"Iago est brillamment défendu par Sean Arbuckle...Alison Darcy a choisi de narrer ce récit dans la plus grande sobriété...la densité du texte induit inévitablement des moments d'ennui profond." - LA PRESSE

Clip taken by The Montreal Gazette, Dave Sidaway

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Othello. Photographer: André Lanthier