By Kristen Thomson
Directed by Ann-Marie Kerr
She's 12-and-three-quarters. And knows more than you think.
Since her parents' divorce, Claudia has found refuge in a quiet, dusty corner of her school's boiler room. There she hides a growing collection of her dad's socks and tends to her hurting heart. The kindness of the school janitor and companionship of her goldfish help Claudia to cope with the pressures of school assignments and the fickleness of her peers. But when she inadvertently learns of another family upheaval, it all gets to be too much for this “official pre-teen” to take.
Performed entirely in mask, I, Claudia is a riveting, hilarious, and heartbreaking journey into the raw psyche of an extraordinary girl with a lot on her mind. Winner of the 2001 Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding New Play, I, Claudia is a mesmerizing theatre experience.
*WARNING: This production contains some mature language and the effects of water-based haze. Please contact the Box Office if you have any questions.
|Lucy Hill||Claudia / Drachman / Leslie / Douglas|
|Andrew Cull||Set and Costume Designer|
|Leigh Ann Vardy||Lighting Designer|
|John Bidochka||Sound Designer|
|Shani Hamilton Greenlaw||Stage Manager|
|Anita Posterino||Apprentice Stage Manager|