Parenthood isn’t easy. Especially in front of an audience.
While most people get to keep their parenting struggles behind closed doors, Charles and Norah are laying theirs bare. As the young couple navigate their life as parents of a newborn, they also try to figure out who they are in relation to each other, their son, and the audience. From the creator of Kim’s Convenience comes a humorous and honest story about the rocky rite of passage into parenthood.
Rolling World Premiere
Community Conversations: Survival Tactics
September 24, 2022
This conversation allows parents to discuss their feats and failures while sharing their tricks of the trade. Executive Director Gideon Arthurs joins Bad Parent Cast Member Josette Jorge, Amy Nostbakken (Quote Unquote Collective) and Adam Lazarus (PlayOn Theatre) for the Community Conversation.
Tickets for the performance on September 24 include this Community Conversation.
Community Conversations supported by TD Ready Commitment
TOP PICK IN CANADA: Bad Parent, Ins Choi’s first major play since his smash hit Kim’s Convenience- The Globe and Mail
[Josette] Jorge and [Raugi] Yu are deliciously hilarious- Toronto Star
Ins Choi is a gifted writer- Lynn Slotkin
I found much to nod along to, laugh at or shake my head at in sorrowful recognition- The Globe and Mail
Bad Parent could make for a fun TV series- Intermission Magazine
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