Written by Chalmers Award-winning playwright Rex Deverell and directed by Simon Malbogat, Photographic Evidence is a fictionalized account of the remarkable life of famed Canadian photographer Geraldine Moodie as she wrestles with the confines and constraints of womanhood in the 19th century and her husband’s complicity in the Canadian colonial enterprise.
After premiering to rave audience reviews at Heritage York’s Walk the 6 West event, this newly expanded version stars Kat White (Top Girls, Theatre Erindale) as Geraldine Moodie, Louis Adams (Twelfth Night, Soulpepper Theatre) as her husband John Douglas Moodie, and Lisa Nasson (Spirit Horse, Roseneath Theatre) as the mischievous narrator Camera. Photographic Evidence is production managed by Lucas Andersen (Shelf Life, Mixed Company Theatre) with costume and prop design by Laura Delchiaro (Coriolanus, Stratford Festival).
And we’re all set to bring this beautiful play about Canada’s first professional woman photographer – to the Hamilton Fringe 2018 this July!
Venue: The Zoetic
A renovated, art-deco theatre on Hamilton mountain
526 Concession Street, Hamilton, Ontario
Dates and Times:
Friday 20 July @ 4:30pm
Saturday 21 July @ 8:30pm
Monday 23 July @ 6:30pm
Thursday 26 July @ 9:30pm
Friday 27 July @ 9:30pm
Saturday 28 July @ 5pm
Sunday 29 July @ 12:30pm