Venture into Edouard’s slowly changing world, where the highly respected professor, political commentator and ladies’ man can recite famous historical dates but can’t remember what he ate for breakfast. Will he get the chance to reinvent the past and heal old wounds? A touching and refreshingly funny story about family, memory, and connection.
Assistant Director Stuart Fink | Set & Costume Designer Eo Sharp | Lighting Designer Luc Prairie
Sound Designer Keith Thomas | Stage Manager Samira Rose | Apprentice Stage Manager Philippe Gobeille
In collaboration with
An inspiring, informative and entertaining lecture designed to enrich your theatre-going experience.
March 12, 12:30 PM - FREE ADMISSION
Join Lucinda Chodan, Montreal Gazette's editor in Chief as she speaks with Dr. Natalie Phillips, Neuropsychologist and Professor in the Department of Psychology, Concordia University, member of the Centre for Research in Human Development (Concordia) and the Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research (Jewish General Hospital/McGill).
We’ll learn about the latest findings in Dr. Phillips’ research, including cognition difficulties in Alzheimer’s disease and in aging, why the two are not the same thing, and questions around risk and prevention.
Complimentary coffee and biscotti, courtesy of Season Sponsor, Bonaparte Restaurant.