A goat and a moose are working together this May, as Toronto theatre company One Little Goat presents the English-language world premiere of the play The Charge of the Expormidable Moose, by Quebec poet-playwright Claude Gauvreau. Widely considered to be Gauvreau’s masterpiece, the playful and provocative play (whose original French title is La charge de l’orignal épormyable) revolves around a poet who is mocked and envied by his fellow housemates — or are they fellow inmates?
The show runs at Toronto’s Tarragon Theatre (30 Bridgman Ave.) from May 10–26, and Bookclub-in-a-Box is giving away two tickets for the date of your choice, plus a copy of the book (translated by York University professor Ray Ellenwood)! To enter, just email firstname.lastname@example.org with your first and last name by Friday, May 10 at noon.
For more details about the show, or to purchase tickets, visit the One Little Goat website here.
*Winning tickets can be reserved for any date except opening night (May 10) and closing weekend (May 25 and 26), subject to availability. Above photo of the cast courtesy of One Little Goat.