Mar 05, 2013- 11:58 AM
In a play on time, someone is on the line for a murder they have yet to commit.
“In the narrative, Heinrich Mann repairs clocks and Frieda comes in to have a clock repaired,” a media release from STC stated.
“It’s almost as simple as that ... on the surface. But memory plays tricks and things are not ever as they seem in (playwright Stephen) Massicotte’s intriguing mystery.”
Massicotte, who currently resides in New York City, will travel to Sudbury to see the opening of The Clockmaker.
“He clearly takes an intellectual delight in multi-layered writing and whisks us back and forth in time to examine memory,” STC stated. “Massicotte is nothing short of masterful in his blending of crime, romance and comedy.”
The production takes the stage March 21-30 with 8 p.m. curtains. On Tuesday, the play begins at 7:30 p.m., and a 2 p.m. matinee is on for March 24. Tickets range in price from $36.76 for adults, $31.51 for seniors and $20.76 for students.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit sudburytheatre.on.ca or phone 705-674-8381.