“Mind the gap.” Post Productions is proud to present the world premiere of NEGATUNITY by Matt St. Amand! A semi-autobiographical story, inspired by the Tibetan Book of the Dead, Negatunity is the sweetly funny, surreal, thought-provoking, and moving tale of Singleton Kastamangas who finds his life flashing before his eyes as he falls from the Ambassador Bridge. As he relives his triumphs and failures, loves and losses, he finally comes to terms with not only his childhood traumas and decades of regrets but also — and not coincidentally — the comic absurdity of human life.
Negatunity will be performed at The Shadowbox Theatre April 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23 and 24. All performances 8:00 PM (doors open 7:30). Tickets $25. NOTE: Seating is VERY limited due to Covid-19 restrictions and tickets for this production are sold ONLINE-ONLY in pairs to those co-habitating or sharing a small social circle in order to meet social distancing requirements.. To learn more about the play, our health and safety policies, and to buy tickets visit postproductionswindsor.ca.
Starring Michael K. Potter, Rebecca S. Mickle, Joey Ouellette, Nikolas Prsa, and Fay Lynn.
Directed by Fay Lynn. Produced by Fay Lynn, Michael K. Potter, and Nikolas Prsa. Set design by Matthew Burgess. Lighting design by Carter Dersch. Sound design by Michael K. Potter. Poster and program design by Kris Simic. Promotional photography by Kieran Potter and Fay Lynn. Presented in association with Windsor Feminist Theatre.
April 9 - April 24