The Plague: Live Staged Reading 🗓 🗺


The Plague: Live Staged Reading
By Neil Bartlett
Adaptation of The Plague by Albert Camus
Directed by Katie van Kampen
Produced by Dr Lena Suvendrini
Dramaturgy Leah Cherniak
A Collaboration between UofT Medicine & Humanities & Cast
Lwam Ghebrehariat, Psychiatrist
Josiah Osagie, UofT Pscyhiatry
Kika Otiono, McMaster Medicine
Noa Lashevsky, McMaster Medicine
Eilish Scallan, UofT Medicine

Oran is an ordinary town, filled with ordinary people. It would be unexpected for anything of importance to happen here. The only signal of the impending plague that throws the town into quarantine is dying rats, found on the streets, tread under foot, and exploding violently in the gutters.

Come listen to five witnesses recount the events of the months when the town was cut off from the rest of the world. A doctor sits in the center of interrogation, reflecting on what it means to be human in a catastrophe.

We intend to present a staged reading for a live audience of physicians, medical students, residents and other interprofessional health workers, friends and family. The performance will be followed by an interactive panel discussion.

Tarragon Theatre
30 Bridgman Avenue
December 5, 2022
Doors Open at 630pm
Run Time: 2 hours, including a 30 minute Q&A panel
Light Refreshments provided
Event is free of charge, no reserved tickets, come early to avoid disappointment!

Scheduled Event
Tarragon Theatre 30 Bridgman Avenue Map