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On Wednesday December 6th 1989 Marc Lepine entered Ecole Polytechnic of The University of Montreal armed with a semi-automatic rifle and a hunting knife. His quarry... women. Canadian writer Adam Kelly Morton's powerful one-man show follows the journey of events through the eyes of Marc Lepine, an incident that shocked the world and became known as the Montreal Massacre. Delivering a full-body assault on the senses, this is a raw and harrowing story of one man's isolation and offers the viewer a glimpse into the dark mind of one of Canada's most hated and perhaps misunderstood criminals. The play reveals Marc's life from his abusive childhood, care homes, failed relationships and dreams, up to the brutal killings and his eventual suicide. Not dissimilar to other shooting sprees such as Dawson College, Columbine and Sandy Hook, this perpetrator leaves in his wake devastation of unimaginable magnitude, but also the question: why?Performers Felix Brunger (Marc).
Author Adam Kelly Morton. Company Chewed Up Theatre. Director Matthew Gould. Design Faye Bradley.
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