mothermothermother in the Art Gallery of Ontario
Michael Rubenfeld & Mary Berchard (mother)
Natasha Greenblatt & Pancakes

On May 1st, 2014 we presented mothermothermother in the Art Gallery Ontario

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…the most talked about piece at this year’s rhubarb festival. – J. Kelly Nestruck, The Globe and Mail

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mothermothermother attempts to get to the bottom of unresolved issues between an adult son (Michael Rubenfeld) and his mother (Mary Berchard). It is set in the theatre’s present but the theatrical unfolding is triggered by the undisclosed recording

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a great show! … very moving, funny, well structured and beautifully performed – David Bateman, reviewer for Xtra

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Co-created by Michael Rubenfeld, Sarah Garton Stanley and Natasha Greenblatt with Mary Berchard Directed by Sarah Garton Stanley Associate Director Natasha Greenblatt Performed by Michael Rubenfeld and Mary Berchard Original Set Design by Jodi Sprung-Boyd

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Michael and Mary
Photo by Marjan Nemat Tavousi
mothermothermother... at PuShOFF in Vancouver
Michael and Mary perfroming at the Art Gallery of Ontario
Behind the scenes
Michael and Mary perfroming at the Art Gallery of Ontario
Behind the scenes
PuShOFF in Vancouver
Michael and Mary perfroming at the Art Gallery of Ontario
Poster for Rhubarb
Design by Magda Koralewska
Natasha Greenblatt making pancakes at the AGO Performance
mothermothermother... at PuShOFF in Vancouver
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Wow. That was a wonderful piece of theatre … It was inspiring and was compelling. – Roy Mitchell, Activist, Past Executive Director of Trinity Square Video

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The show was raw and beautiful … it is true that trauma never leaves you…you engage with it so that it has added value in your life. Should it happen? No, but it did. So you make something with it… – Coman Poon, Past Artistic Director, Hub 14, Artistic Producing Intern with Public Recordings

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