This play was performed with support from:
by Craig Wright
The Pavilion by Craig Wright is a play about time, forgiveness and the ability, or inability, for people to change. It’s a play that begins with the creation of the universe and ends with a rebirth for two people: a new start of a new universe, or a new beginning in an old one.
We get to follow Peter and Kari: “the cutest senior couple” of Pine City’s graduating class of 1996, as they navigate through their high school 20 year reunion and their first meeting after being apart since graduation. One of them: stuck where they broke off 20 years ago, the other: looking for a new future.
Director: Dan Malm
Producer: Emeli Nilsson
Costume: Sera Cederberg
Scenography: Hedvig Kynäs
Lights, sound: Johannes Johnström
Peter – Mark Base
Kari – Inna Syzonenko
Narrator – Milan Burke & Fraser MacLeod
Premiere: April 22, 2016
This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd.
Pavilion n. 1. An ornate tent. 2. A light, sometimes ornamental roofed structure used at parks or fairs for amusement or shelter. 3. A temporary structure erected at a fair or a show. 4. The surface of a brilliant-cut gem.