CHOICES by Renée Baillargeon (ON)
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About the Event
HOW TO ATTEND
Click the link below at showtime - "doors" 5 minutes prior - latecomers welcome! Audience does not appear on screen. Capacity 100. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82971739670
ABOUT THE PLAY
Mallory was an ordinary girl who had three choices that eerie foggy night. She could stay home and study for her university midterms, go study with a friend, or go bar hopping with her crazy roommate. She debated fervently within herself and ultimately concluded her best option would be to stay home and study. Is what appears to be the right choice always the best choice? Her real life choice had unexpected consequences. The play is inspired by a true event.
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT
Renée Baillargeon is an active member of Canadian Actors Equity and resides permanently in St. Catharines Ontario. Renée has been the Director of Playwrights Niagara since 2012 and has written over 20 plays. She is a regular contributor to the international online magazine theatreartlife. Most recently her play “The Book Club Thief” was part of the “Stage IT” festival in Bonita Springs Florida. Her one act play “Choices” premiered in 2018 at The International One Act Festival but has had no further productions. She is presently an adjunct professor for the Centre of Arts and Culture at Brock University, Canada and for the prior 19 years was a theatre director at Niagara University New York.