A Month in the Country


A Russian country house runs rampant with misplaced passion in this classic comedy from Amicus Productions.

A Month in the Country sizzles with a burst of summer loveAmicus Productions presents the comedy of love, A Month In The Country by Ivan Turgenev, translated by Constance Garnett and adapted by Christopher Douglas at The Papermill Theatre, at the Todmorden Mills historical site (67 Pottery Rd, Toronto). A Month in the Country runs from May 1-3 and 8-10 at 8 pm and May 4 and 10 at 2 pm. Tickets are $22 regular, $20 seniors and $18 students. Tickets may be purchased by phone at 416-860-6176 or use our Online Form.

With A Month In The Country, Amicus brings audiences a burst of summer love.  This fresh adaptation is a charmingly funny and bitter-sweet merry-go-round of characters in constant pursuit of those they cannot have. Over the course of a few hot days, a Russian country house runs rampant with misplaced passion. Natalya is infatuated with her young son’s new tutor, and so is her teenage ward, Vera. Mikhail, an old family friend, is tormented by love for Natalya. While Natalya schemes to marry Vera off to an elderly neighbor, her husband begins to suspect that something’s not quite right in his marriage.

A Month In The Country is directed by Maureen Lukie with set design by Arash Eshghpour, costume design by Katherine Johana Cordero, assisted by Allison Sosnoski, sound design by Dave Fitzpatrick, lighting design by Karlos Griffith and featuring Kathleen Jackson Allamby, Chris Coculuzzi, Nicole McCafferty, Sam Polito, Lorien Aquarius, Vivien Sheperd, Derek Dorey, Zvi Gilbert, James Lukie, Carol McLennan, and Sara Kohal.

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