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The proof of its perfection is its Pulitzer Prize

Ben Hamilton
September 29th, 2016

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Knowing the play of choice and the cast’s talent, this will surely prove to be unmissable (photo: That Theatre Company)

That Theatre Company founder Ian Burns continues to make stunning choices for his biannual productions, and David Auburn’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 2000 play Proof – a compelling story about fathers and daughters and the nature of genius – is no exception.

A father dies, leaving behind a mathematical formula for his daughter that could be a game-changer, conceivably scribbled during his dementia.

That Theatre regulars Sira Stampe (Act of Carnage) and Rasmus Mortensen (Marathon) join Burns and newcomer Isabella Orlowska, with Claus Bue at the helm.

See it: the proof is in the pudding.


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