Alanna Mitchell; Image by Alejandro Santiago
THE THEATRE CENTRE (TORONTO)
WRITTEN AND PERFORMED BY ALANNA MITCHELL
DIRECTED BY FRANCO BONI, WITH RAVI JAIN
The ocean contains the switch of life.
Not land, not the atmosphere.
And that switch can be turned off.
Sea Sick is a critically acclaimed production about climate change, and the state of the global ocean, which has toured Canada and the world. Experience this powerful story in which Alanna Mitchell uses science and delicate wit to tell us about her journey to the bottom of the ocean, the demons she discovered there, and her hope for the future.
Mitchell is an award-winning Canadian journalist and author (New York Times, CBC’s Quirks & Quarks, Globe and Mail, and more) who writes about science and social trends specializing in investigative reporting. Sea Sick is inspired by her international bestseller and award-winning book of the same name.
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Single Ticket Prices (starting at):
Section A+: $49
Section A: $42
Section B: $35
Section C: $26
FEB 9-12, 15-19: 7:30 PM
FEB 13: 2:00 PM
1895 Venables St.
Written and performed by Alanna Mitchell
Directed by Franco Boni, with Ravi Jain
Set & Costume Designer: Shawn Kerwin
Lighting Designer: Rebecca Picherak
Sound Designer: Tim Lindsay
Stage Manager and Touring Lighting Designer: Melissa Joakim
Produced by The Theatre Centre
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FOR SEA SICK
“a remarkable feat of storytelling and reportage"
"Compels you to think, to act, and ultimately to heal.”
—The Feminist Fringe
“Alanna Mitchell has brilliantly woven together the threads of science taking place all over the world pointing to an accelerating crisis in the world’s oceans”
—Elizabeth May (About Sea Sick, the award-winning book)
“The most important tale of our times told by a masterful storyteller”
—WINNER of the “The 2019 Infallible Awards” at Edinburgh Festival Fringe