Tuesday, October 15, 2013




Tarragon Theatre
presents
TheatreRun production of





created & performed by Adam Paolozza, 
Arif Mirabdolbaghi& Viktor Lukawski

directed by Adam Paolozza
music by Arif Mirabdolbaghi
When are you no longer yourself? The anxious government clerk Golyadkin is plagued by a stranger who looks just like him, but is more daring, romantic and brash. Inspired by Dostoevsky’s novella The Double, this uncanny triangle between a neurotic, his doppelganger and a stand-up bass transports us to 19th century Russian high society and Golyadkin’s labyrinthine search for his identity.
This Dora Award winning production is back on the Tarragon stage. Adam Paolozza is currently Tarragon’s Kareda Resident and Artistic Director of TheatreRUN. Arif Mirabdolbaghi is a Juno Award winning musician and a member of the acclaimed Indie Band Protest the Hero.
- two actors and one musician with a double bass
collide in a schizophrenic feast of site and sound -
Tarragon Theatre's Extraspace, 30 Bridgman Avenue
The Double combines Dostoevsky's brilliant prose with physical theatre and original music to create a theatrical Molotov-cocktail filled with laughter and pathos.  An exploration of alienation and paranoia, The Double speaks to our own fragile hold on reality in a time when our identity is as fluid as our facebook and twitter profiles allow.
The Double
adapted from the novella by Fyodor Dostoevsky
Created and performed by Adam Paolozza, Arif Mirabdolbaghi & Viktor Lukawski
a TheatreRUN production directed by Adam Paolozza
Original Music by Arif Mirabdolbaghi
Costume Design by Adam Poalozza
Set Design by Ken Mackenzie
Lighting Design by Andr√© Du Toit

Opens October 23 and runs to November 24, 2013 (previews from October 15)
Tarragon Theatre's Extraspace, 30 Bridgman Avenue, Toronto
Tuesday-Saturday at 8pm, Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2:30pm starting October 20.

Tickets range from $21-$53 (including discounts for students, seniors and groups)
AND a Pay-What-You-Can on October 15 at 8pm
- $13 Rush Tickets available at the door for Fridays (on sale at 6pm) & Sundays (on sale at 1pm) starting Oct. 25.
Tickets can be purchased through the box office at 416.531.1827 or visitwww.tarragontheatre.com

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