Blood Relations By Sharon Pollock
“Did you Lizzie? … Lizzie did you?”
On August 4th 1892, Abigail and Andrew Borden were found dead in their home, brutally murdered by multiple hatchet blows to their heads.
The grisly crime rocked the prosperous town of Fall River, Massachusetts, to the core, and the media obsession with the case took the country by storm.
Their daughter, Lizzie Borden, was tried for the murders but was never convicted.
One night, ten years later, she decides to let her closest friend finally learn the truth about what happened that fateful day.
Sharon Pollock’s Governor General’s award-winning psychological mystery examines what it would take to drive a woman to an act of unimaginable violence.
The McGill University Department of English Drama & Theatre Program is dedicated to providing students with practical theatrical experience.
Performances: Wednesday, April 4th to Friday, April 6th, and Wednesday, April 11th to Friday, April 13th, 2018 at 7:30 PM
$12 General Admission
Please note: There are no Saturday performances
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