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Arts & culture, Theatre

Decamera '20

Date & time
Wednesday, December 9, 2020
8 p.m. – 10 p.m.

This event is free



Directed by Harry Standjofski

In 1353 Giovanni Boccaccio wrote his classic “The Decameron” about ten young people who self-quarantine in a country villa outside Florence for two weeks while plague & death ravage Europe. To pass the time, each night they tell each other stories. 

In 2020 we create “Decamera ’20” about university students who self-quarantine in a Montreal triplex while Covid-19 brings the world (well, most of it anyway) to a standstill. To pass the time they Zoom/call/FaceTime friends & family and, once they have finished watching “the Tiger King”, re-invent old stories to amuse each other… 


Click here for the live-streaming link. 

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