In solidarity with the practice of maintaining social distancing, as per our government and public health authority’s response to the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Kick At The Dark Theatre and Neptune Theatre have agreed to reschedule Kick At The Dark’s upcoming production of ’ Til Death Do Us Part by Katerina Bakolias. While this decision is hardly ideal, the safety and health of our patrons, artists, staff and community is our first priority. We urge everyone to follow the guidelines put forth by public health officials. We are currently working to determine new dates to bring this hilarious and touching show to the Neptune stage. Please stay tuned for an announcement with new dates of ’ Til Death Do Us Part. All purchases for the original run (May 14-17, 2020) will be honoured for the rescheduled dates.
If the new dates presented do not work for you, at that time we ask you to consider donating the value of your ticket(s) back to Kick At The Dark Theatre Co-operative. As we are an independent not-for-profit theatre, your support makes a huge impact to our artists. (Please note: unfortunately, we will be unable to issue tax receipts for ticket donations.)
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’ Til Death Do Us Part is a farce about love, marriage, and how far those bonds can be pushed before they break. At a small town hotel, Kira and Ryan are two days from their wedding, when, through a series of unfortunate events, they wake up to a dead stranger in their bed. With friends and family arriving by the minute, and Kira’s disapproving mother breathing down their necks, the couple must hide the body and get through dinners, rehearsals and family celebrations without being discovered. As they struggle to keep their secret under wraps, cracks in their seemingly perfect relationship appear and multiply, leading to a race to the altar where they face that age-old question: “If you can’t hide a body together, why are you getting married in the first place?”
Directed by Andrew Chandler of Kick at the Dark Theatre Co.
Written by Katerina Bakolias
Kick At The Dark Theatre was formed in 2015 as a company dedicated to presenting theatrical, socially-conscious performance in Halifax, NS. I ts inaugural production of Morris Panych’s The Story of A Sinking Man, starring Andrew Chandler , went on to win the Atlantic Fringe Festival’s “Best Performer” award; and won the 2016 Robert Merritt Award for "Outstanding Production by a New or Emerging Company” .