First the verdict.
Then the trial.
Religious faith, spiritual doubt, and earthly politics intersect in this gripping tale of a provincial French town that comes to believe its parish priest is an instrument of the Devil. When an inquisition into the demonic possession of the nuns of the Convent of St. Ursula identifies Father Grandier as the source, his powerful enemies in both church and state conspire to destroy him. Based on actual events in the 17th-century town of Loudun, The Devils forcefully depicts a factional and dangerous society overcome by hysteria.
by John Whiting
Timms Centre for the Arts
April 5–15, 2023*
Preview: * Wednesday, April 5, 2023 | 7:30pm
Opening Night: * Thursday, April 6, 2023 | 7:30pm
* 1/2 Price Saturday Matinee: Saturday, April 8, 2023 | 1:30pm
Matinee: Thursday, April 13, 2023 | 12:30pm
Evening performances: 7:30pm
No performances: * Friday, April 7 | Sunday April 9 | * Monday April 10
No performance on Sunday February 12.
*Denotes schedule changes to accommodate the holiday weekend run.
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Preview: Adult/Senior $10, Student $5
*Opening Night: Adult $28, Senior $25, Student $15
*Enjoy a post show reception with your Opening Night ticket
Evenings: Adult $27, Senior $24, Student $14
Thursday Matinee: Adult $23, Senior $20, Student $14
1/2 Price Mondays: Adult $13.50, Senior $12, Student $7
Please be advised that this production contains bright lights, loud sounds, subject matter/depictions of a sexual nature, and attempted suicide.
Director — David Kennedy
Playwright — John Whiting
Set Designer — Payal Jotania
Costume Designer — Lieke den Bakker
Lighting Designer — Kristen Fernandes
Lighting Design Assistant — Yusen Wang
Sound Designer — Derek Miiller
Stage Manager — Galen Hite
Assistant Stage Manager (Costumes) — Julian Padalec
Assistant Stage Manager (Props) — Stuart Lindsay
Assistant Director — Ben Smith
Movement Coach — Gerry Morita
Vocal Coach — Josh Meredith
Intimacy Support — Janine Waddell
Production Dramaturgs — Brett Dahl, Ben Smith, Dana Tanner-Kennedy
Associate Dramaturg — Alex Ward
Assistant Dramaturg — Colby MacKenzie
Ninon / Sister Gabrielle / Louis XIII / Father Ambrose —
Adam — Rogan Coffey
Soldier/Priest/Extra— Andrew Domanski
Urbain Grandier — Yassine El Fassi El Fihri
Father Barré — Karen Gomez Orozco
Louis Trincant/Clerk/Bontemps — William Gosse
Jean D'Armagnac — Christian Krushel
De Cerisay — Emily Lizotte
Father Mignon — Patrick Lynn
Soldier/Priest/Extra — Katie O’Keefe
De La Rochepozay/Prince Henri De Conde — Aaron Refugio
Mannoury — Mackenzie Sutton
De Laubardemont — Stefan Theriault
Sister Jeanne — Kris (Kristin) Unruh
Phillipe Trincant/Sister Louise — Alice Wordsworth
Sewerman/Richelieu/Sister Claire — Katie Yoner
Technical Director — Larry Clark
Assistant Technical Director — Nichole Man
Head of Wardrobe — Joanna Johnston
Cutter — Julie Davie
Head of Carpentry — Darrell Cooksey
Scenic Carpenters — Kai Yakichuk, Shella Apostol
Properties Master — Jane Kline
Properties Assistant — Tiffany Martineau,
Head of Sound — Emma Nokes
Head of Lighting — Garret DeRede
Lighting Supervisors — Jeff Osterlin, Laura Koyata
Sound Supervisor — Matt Skopyk
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