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Running time is 2 hours and 20 minutes, including intermission.
Described by Steph Kirkland
Directed by Ashlie Corcoran
15-year-old Christopher Boone has a unique perspective. He is incredibly talented at math, but never ventures beyond his street and strongly distrusts strangers. When his neighbour’s dog is killed, Christopher challenges his own barriers to uncover the truth about the dog, his family, and himself. Peek inside his mind as this incomparable show tests the boundaries of imagination and physical space.
Winner of the 2015 Tony Award for Best Play.
Christopher Boone is a 15-year-old boy living in Swindon, England, with his father.
Siobhan is Christopher’s teacher, who reads passages from his notebook throughout the play.
Ed is Christopher’s father, a boiler engineer.
Judy is Christopher’s mother.
Mrs. Shears is Christopher’s neighbour.
Roger Shears is Mrs. Shears’ estranged husband.
Mrs. Alexander is an elderly woman who lives near Christopher.
Reverend Peters teaches at Christopher’s school.
Mrs. Gascoyne is an administrator at Christopher’s school.
“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time boasts a knockout performance and expressive design” –The Georgia Straight
“Powerfully dramatic, highly theatrical and sometimes cartoonishly comic, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time builds a feel-good story around an unforgettable central performance.” –Vancouver Sun
“Based on the bestselling novel by Mark Haddon, on its surface, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time is like any other family drama. But wrapped inside what feels like a children’s mystery book, told from a unique perspective, and combined with some superb performances and technical magic, it feels now; it feels current.” –Vancouver Presents
“This is a warm-hearted, generous-spirited, uplifting show – a gift to parents of offspring, both young and adult, on the autistic spectrum. But it’s also a magically, theatrically told story that tells all of us we can do more than we think we can.” –Jo Ledingham
Curious Incident – Plot Synopsis (Word doc)