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The real triumph here is Mighton’s, however, proving yet again it is possible to combine intellect and feeling in a single script. More than 15 years after it premiered in its original incarnation at Theatre Passe Muraille, The Little Years emerges as a thought-provoking and often deeply
Growing up in the 1950s, Kate has her interest in physics stifled by her teachers and mother before being sent to secretarial school. She’s played as a child by a buoyant Bethany Jillard, then as a calcified adult by a heartbreakingly cold Irene Poole. Mighton’s scripts, with
Being a scientist, John Mighton ponders such things as time and space, decay and entropy. Being an artist, [he] concerns himself with human relationships and the way they change over time. [he’s]one of the most original — and often one of the most stimulating — playwrights at work in this