by BRENDAN GALL, TIMOTHY GENTLE, TRICIA LAHDE AND ROBERT KINGSTON
Lighting Design by PATRICK BEAGAN
Management by AMY LEVETT
Peter gets up every day, goes to work, then comes home and goes to sleep. He certainly didn’t spend his childhood dreaming that one day he might be in insurance – but he does what he has to do to get by. As Peter says himself, “It’s called Living In The Real World! It’s called Making Sacrifices!” But something happened to Peter last night. Something very, very bad.
So, in an attempt to karmically re-align his crumbling world, Peter makes a decision. This morning he will do something good. He will finally give a toonie to a man on the street corner he passes every day. That man’s name is Damage. And Damage... will not take Peter’s damn toonie.
Damage wants Peter to live with his guilt a little longer.
Panhandled was performed at the St. Vladimir's Theatre in Toronto.
Brendan Gall. Photo by Patrick Beagan.
Robert Kingston and Tim Gentle. Photo by Patrick Beagan.