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"It would be a tragedy. Not to be sure. The effects we have.”

A bold experiment that goes right

Edmonton Journal

A 1950’s Homelife Nightmare
Presented by Surreal SoReal Theatre

Edward and Vally Bright have a lovely marriage, not too high above average, and certainly not below. As a brilliant young psychotherapist and a hostess in a restaurant, things can’t be going better. But in the wake of a sudden and unexpected miscarriage, a blanket of depression covers their entire lives. Luckily, Edward happens to be in the middle of some new experiments in the pharmaceutical treatment of depression. In the meantime, Vally finds a stray Dog to keep her company in her loneliness, but when she begins to hear the voice of her miscarried child through the Dog, lies are uncovered, betrayal ensues, and a great adventure leads to the invention of history’s most effective anti-depressant. Let yourself be lured into the madness of Dog. This is all there is and all there ever was.

Vincent Forcier, Jon Lachlan Stewart, Sarah Sharkey
Director: Bradley Moss
Set and Costume Designer: Cory Sincennes
Sound Designer:
Dave Clarke
Promotional Designer:
Daniel Kinsman


Jon&Sarah-1 Vince