by Liz Richardson
Tickets: www.tickethalifax.com  (search “KAZAN” or “UNCONFINED”)

Preview: Wednesday, March 30
Run: Thursday, March 31 and runs to Sunday, April 10
Windsor Foundation Theatre, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Entrance is 1728 Bedford Row.
Shows begin at 7:30PM (doors open 7:00PM)
Sunday shows are matinees at 2:00PM (doors open 1:30PM)
Pay-What-You-Can: Wed March 30, 7:30PM and Sunday, April 3, 2:00PM matinee
No show on Mondays
Runtime: 70 minutes without intermission.
$28 cash at door; $20 cash for artists/underwaged

Award-winning theatre company KAZAN CO-OP returns to the stage with the Atlantic Canadian premiere of Unconfined, a compelling contemporary drama by Canadian playwright and actor Liz Richardson, presented in Halifax at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. 

Based on real events, Unconfined is a moving story that connects three people – a professor, a painter, and a prisoner – through their relationship with a man on death row. All three characters are masterfully played by Richardson in a narrative that celebrates love, connection, and redemption. The play is directed and dramaturged by award-winning writer/director Ed Thomason, who worked with Richardson for two years to develop Unconfined for the stage.  

Unconfined features work by Janet MacLellan (costume design), Vicky Williams (lighting design), and Mabel Wheeler (stage management), an original soundscape by Josh Cruddas (composer), and is produced by KAZAN artistic director Kathryn MacLellan.