Haunted, starring Kerry Sandomirsky and Patrick Sabongui

February 27th – March 3rd 2013
Norman & Annette Rothstein Theatre
950 W 41st Ave.

Performance Times
Wed Feb 27th, 8pm
Thurs Feb 28th, 8pm
Fri Mar 1st, 2pm
Sat Mar 2nd, 2pm 
Sat Mar 2nd, 8pm
Sun Mar 3rd, 2pm
Sun March 3rd, 7pm

Talkback After - Sat March 2nd, 2pm

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By Daniel Karasik

When Abby’s husband dies, she starts attending synagogue. She befriends David, the young rabbi – and now that friendship is turning into something more. Meanwhile, her daughter claims she’s begun to spend time with her father’s ghost. A play about rational people intoxicated by the unseen. 


Winner, Canadian Jewish Playwriting Competition 2011

About the Playwright: 25-year-old Toronto-based playwright Daniel Karasik has developed and presented new work at Tarragon Theatre, the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, the Canadian Stage Company, and Factory Theatre. His recent play The Innocents was a smash hit at Toronto's Summerworks Performance Festival and was subsequently presented by The Bridge Theatre Company in New York City. It received its mainstage world premiere in German translation at the prestigious Staatstheater Mainz in Mainz, Germany, where it played to sold-out houses. Haunted, his latest play, was shortlisted for the Herman Voaden National Playwriting Competition and was the winner of the 2011 Canadian Jewish Playwriting Competition. Daniel was also the Grand Prize winner of the 2012 CBC Literary Award for Fiction. Cormorant Books will publish his first poetry collection in Spring 2013.

Production Credits

Photo of Patrick Sabongui and Kerry Sandomirsky by David Cooper

A Touchstone Theatre Production
Presented by the 2013 Chutzpah! Festival

Directed by Katrina Dunn
Set Design by Pam Johnson
Costume Design by Sydney Cavanagh
Lighting Design by Adrian Muir
Sound Design by Jeff McMahan
Projection Design by Tim Matheson

Carmel Amit
Kayla Deorksen
Patrick Sabongui
Kerry Sandomirsky

Stage Manager: Jaimie Tait
Assistant Stage Manager: Carol Macdonald
Publicist: Jodi Smith