Wednesday, March 23, 2022 7:30 pm - Saturday, March 26, 2022 7:30 pm EDT

Written by award-winning Canadian playwright, Kat Sandler, we meet a mother and daughter on the verge of total breakdown. The other member of the household is the daughter's imaginary friend she’s had forever. We also meet a boyfriend, and a couple of other wildly extraordinary folk who arrive with a crucial job to do.

"Mustard" is a comic-tragic play, that can be silly at times, but it is also about a lot of very serious and scary things, including divorce, alcoholism, suicide, mental health, teen pregnancy and growing up, which can be violent, tragic, funny, and magical all at once. At its core "Mustard" is a play about love: we are watching real people deal with real problems with real stakes, trying to find ways to love and be loved, and some of those people just happen to be magical.

Prior to the production audience members are invited to engage with the virtual and/or physical engagement space. Doors will open 30 minutes prior to the performance so the audience can engage with the installation that reflects Mustard’s theatrical points of emphasis. In the theatre gallery, spectators are invited to immerse themselves in a thematic display meant to extend the world of the play to the world right in front of us.

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