hapax theatre proudly presents Castle on the Farm by Alaina Baskerville-Bridges.
Navigating friendships, family, and therapy, Castle on the Farm follows 14-year-old Layla as she comes to terms with the details and ramifications of her father’s incarceration at Wilkinson Road Jail. Comic and heartfelt, Castle explores how we long for and lose each other, and how we reaffirm and rebuild what’s important in our lives.
Cast: Rachel Myers (primary), Abby Corpus (swing)
Director: Heather Jarvie
SM/Designer: Chad Laidlaw
Tickets available online via eventbrite and at the door.
Ticket prices: $18 (regular) / $15 (accessibility)
Friday, March 18 is PAY WHAT YOU CAN
Performance Dates: March 17, 18, 19, 24, 26
Performance times: 7.30 pm – all dates + 2pm matinee on March 26
Location: Paul Phillips Hall, 1923 Fernwood Rd
CW: mental health, incarceration, gun violence
Performances will follow provincial health orders. Proof of vaccination and face masks will be required for entry. See UPDATES for more information.
Season Tickets for our 2022 Season are available here! This includes all three mainstage productions, as well as the hapax reads series. All mainstage productions are at the Paul Phillips Hall, 1923 Fernwood Rd.