When a Yorkville art gallery decides to exhibit a painting of the Prophet Muhammad, it sparks a string of controversies ranging from the thought-provoking to the absurd.
Religion, politics, ideology and sexuality clash as the gallery owner, her assistant, a Muslim protestor, a pushy reporter, a wealthy patron, an angsty teen and the artist himself all say what they think and hear what they want.
This play was presented in conjunction with a group art show called HOLY FUSS specially curated by the company.
Written by Johnnie Walker
Directed by Morgan Norwich
Starring: Laura Gauthier, Scott Stephenson, Andrea Davis, Clyde Whitham III, Carly Chamberlain, Caitlin McCarthy, Johnnie Walker
Set design by Akiva Romer-Segal
Costume design by Melanie Cheung
Previously performed at: *Hotshot Gallery, SummerWorks
- Outstanding Ensemble (NOW Magazine)
“Highly recommended… Playwright Johnnie Walker is poking satirical fun at just about everything, especially artistic integrity and pretension, teenage rebellion and the great East-West divide.” – The Toronto Star
“Very clever… The script pushes a lot of button and contains many bon mots.” – NOW Magazine