Girl In The Goldfish Bowl
Thursday, April 11 to Sunday, April 14
7 pm Thursday, Friday & Saturday
2 pm Sunday
Set in Steveston, British Columbia near Vancouver in the 1960s, Morris Panych’s Canadian Comedy-Drama, Girl In The Fish Bowl, tells the story of a young girl who is preoccupied with the events leading up to what she describes as “the last few days of my childhood.” After the death of her goldfish, Amahl, she finds a man washed up on the beach and thinks he is the reincarnation of her beloved pet. She brings the stranger back to her home thinking he can bring her divided family together again. It is into the goldfish bowl of this dysfunctional family of lethargic piranhas, existential bottom-feeders, and aggressive guppies that the audience peers with incredulity, acute recognition, hysterical laughter, and an overwhelming sense of the creative healing power of the imagination.
Venue: Kordazone Theatre
2520 Seminole St
Windsor, ON Canada