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Greystone Theatre presents Machinal

Posted in Arts & Culture
Mar 20, 2019 to Mar 30, 2019

Greystone Theatre mainstage productions first premiered on the USask campus in 1946.

Machinal

BY SOPHIA TREADWELL
DIRECTED BY NATASHA MARTINA

March 20–30
8 pm
John Mitchell Building, 118 Science Pl. 

Tickets: purchase online

Tickets go on sale two weeks before each show. No assigned seating.
Wheelchair accessible (please call in advance). No shows on Sundays.

Often cited as one of the best plays ever written, Machinal is told through the eyes of a young woman who feels disposable in a patriarchal society. To what lengths will she go in order to survive in a world where she is seen as a mere object?

One of the oldest theatres in the province, Greystone Theatre presents four mainstage plays a year—from classic repertory to cutting-edge new plays.

 

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