That Woman

That Woman

by Daniel Danis

March 26– April 5, 1998

Danis -- and his brilliant translator Linda Gaboriau -- find a vivid theatricality in simplicity. - Edmonton Journal
That Woman

“It can take a while for the soul to leave the body.”

In the wake of church interference in a young woman’s life, beauty and innocence, desire and forgiveness struggle for survival. The Woman. The Son. The Old Man Upstairs. Could there be any holiness in this earthly trinity or is it just another dysfunctional family? A tale as fierce as it is moving.

Playwright: Daniel Danis, Translated by Linda Gaboriau
Director: John Cooper
Cast: Marianne Copithorne, Ashley Wright and Tom McBeath

March 26– April 5, 1998

Opening March 26




Marianne is delighted to be able to return to Theatre Network and collaborate with this fabulous team of creative artists on Hannah Moscovitch’s WHAT A YOUNG WIFE OUGHT TO KNOW. Previous directing credits with Theatre Network include COMMUNION by Daniel MacIvor, CHOKE by Cathleen Rootsaert, THE WOMAN IN BLACK by Stephen Mallatratt, and PERFECT PIE, PALACE OF THE END and HABITAT by Judith Thompson. Marianne is currently Artistic Director of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, and will celebrate her eleventh year in that position this coming summer. She is a graduate of the BFA Acting and MFA Directing programs at the University of Alberta, and teaches Theatre Arts students acting at Grant MacEwan University. Much love and thanks to Bradley Moss.