The Baroness and the Pig - Shaw Festival Theatre

A Baroness. A feral girl. A Pygmalion-inspired
tale of friendship and revenge.
Jackie Maxwell Studio Theatre
June 10 - October 6
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Synopsis

An idealistic 19th century baroness has found her next maid — a feral girl who can barely speak, let alone keep house. Now it’s just a matter of socializing her … right? Funny, relevant and heartbreaking, this Pygmalion-inspired tale of friendship and revenge cuts to the core of what it means to be “civilized” — and to be human. MATURE CONTENT

Credit for original development and production to ‘The Atelier, The National Arts Centre, Ottawa’ with gratitude and very special thanks to Catherine Fitch as the Baroness, Marion Day (development) and Benoit Brière (performance) as Emily, and Gil Osborne (Atelier director).

Technical Credits
Written by Michael Mackenzie
Based on characters created by Catherine Fitch and Marion Day
Directed by Selma Dimitrijevic
Designed by Camellia Koo
Lighting designed by Kevin Lamotte
Original music and sound designed by John Gzowski
Approximate run time
2 hours including one intermission
Age recommendation
16+
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