The December Man

Presented by Walterdale Theatre Associates
  • By Colleen Murphy
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Written by: Colleen Murphy
Directed by: Alex Hawkins
Stage & Production Manager: John Anderson
Performance Times
Evenings: November 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 at 8PM
Matinées: November 7 at 2pm
All Tickets: $26.50

The December Man is based on the historical event in December 1989, at the École Polytechnique in Montréal where fourteen female engineering students were fatally shot by an armed intruder, who objected to women trying to enter what he regarded as a male profession. The intruder prevented the male engineering students from intervening to stop these murders. In the play, the character Jean Fournier is one of the male students, and he is burdened by survivor guilt. Jean and his parents, Benoit and Kathleen, work hard to face this tragedy, and to help each other to recover from its effects on them as a family.

Content Warning: Suicide

Language: English

Genres: Drama

Community: Edmonton

Start Date: November 3, 2021
Closing Date: November 13, 2021

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Walterdale Theatre
10322 83 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 5C3
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Production Accessibility Features: Accessible Seating, Gender Neutral Washrooms, Mobility Accessibility Considerations (see below)

Walterdale strives at all times to accommodate the requirements of audience, volunteers and the public.
Our main entrance is wheelchair accessible, and in our intimate theatre space we can accommodate wheelchairs along the skirt of the stage. Main floor washrooms are wheelchair accessible, with separate stalls.

Walterdale was one of the first public performing venues in North America to have a permanent installation of the T-Coil hearing loop. Our patrons with hearing loss may borrow one of our head sets, or use their Loop-compatible hearing aid.

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