Claire Burns

Hangman by Jason Maghanoy

A bold new vision of the old west that asks what makes us good, what makes us bad, and what makes us human, directed by Daniel Pagett.

An examination of how we are shaped by our circumstances, Hangman follows the story of Alistair, a murderer who survives hanging for his crimes and finds unexpected salvation in a mysterious drifter named Winston. Winston takes what he needs to survive and has the town searching for him, greatly endangering the paralyzed Alistair who has been left for the rats under the gallows. As Alistair begins to realize he can rise above his dire situation and past life, Winston sinks deeper into the violence that is consuming the town, leading to a tragic and explosive ending.

(955 Bloor Street West)
May 13th – 29th
Tickets – $25

PWYC Preview – Thursday, May 12th – 8:00pm (offer only available at the door, subject to availability)
Opening night – Friday, May 13th – 8:00pm
Evening performances Wednesday to Saturday at 8:00 PM
Matinees – Sunday May 15th, 22nd & 29th at 2:00 PM
Pay What You Can (offer only available at the door, subject to availability) – Wednesday May 18th & 25th

The Storefront Arts Initiative presents
A Scapegoat Collective Production
by Jason Maghanoy

Directed by Daniel Pagett

Produced by Tom McGee and Kat Sandler.
Stage Managed by Natalie Frijia
Sound Design by Jakob Ehman
Lighting Design by Melissa Joakim
Set & Wardrobe Design by Jenna McCutchen
Puppet Design & Creation by Kaitlin Morrow
Photos by John Gundy

Starring Prince Amponsah, Alexander Thomas, Vanessa Trenton, Jon Blair, and Vince Carlin, with puppeteer Kaitlin Morrow.