›› Mark Dusseault

She’s been called “the wunderkind of ­Canadian theatre” by CBC Radio and “Canada’s Hottest Young Playwright” by the Globe & Mail and the National Post. Her ability to write about socially relevant and challenging subject matter has earned her the 2021 Governor General’s Award for Drama.

Her name is Hannah Moscovitch and she has set the international theatre scene alight with her fiery wit and incisive ability to tackle complex subjects with humour and intelligence.

This April we’ll be producing Hannah’s play Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes—her powerful and unpredictable take on the archetypal student-teacher romance in the #MeToo-era.

We’ve produced several of Hannah’s plays including What a Young Wife Ought to Know, The Russian Play, The Children’s Republic, and the international hit musical she co-wrote with Ben Caplan and Christian Barry, Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story.

Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes will run from March 29 to April 24 and to be on the safe side we’ll be operating at 75% capacity.

If you are hesitant to return in person, we will be live streaming Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes from April 12 – 17.

Whichever way you choose to see the show, please remember that the Belfry is offering pay-what-you-want tickets (and live streams) all season long—our way of saying thank you for standing by the Belfry.

For tickets and more information please visit belfry.bc.ca.