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Point of Honour


  • Procunier Hall at the Palace Theatre 710 Dundas Street London, ON, N5W 2Z4 Canada (map)

Written by John Krisak

Directed by Julia Webb

Presented by Arbitrary Angle Theatre Company

Arbitrary Angle Theatre Company presents Point of Honour, a new play by London playwright John Krisak. As young men, friends and rivals Zoltan and Dariusz were world-class fencers - medalists at the ill-fated Munich Olympics of 1972. Now, some four decades later, long estranged, Dariusz seeks out his old friend. More than time separates these two vigorous men. What Dariusz demands of Zoltan could get one - or both  - killed. 

Cascading memories. Beleaguered honour. Flinty stoicism. Flashpoint. What is the right way for a man to live? Attack, or parry?

About the Playwright

For more than 30 years John Krisak taught English and Drama in five London high schools. In 2001 he founded Arbitrary Angle Theatre Company.

Arbitrary Angle's past productions include: 

The Drawer Boy

Under Milk Wood

Wit

Half Life

A Delicate Balance

Robertson Davies: The Peeled I

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Wednesday, May 2, 2018 | 8:00 pm

Thursday, May 3, 2018 | 8:00 pm

Friday, May 4, 2018 | 8:00 pm

Saturday, May 5, 2018 | 2:00 pm

Saturday, May 5, 2018 | 8:00 pm

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On the Boards:

Play parries with themes of honour, purpose

Joe Belanger | London Free Press

May 2, 2018

Advance to 21:50 to view Julia Webb and John Krisak talk to Jordan Minter of What’s Up London about Point of Honour.

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Zoltan - Peter Luscombe

Dariusz - John Krisak

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Director - Julia Webb

Stage Manager - Kathleen Sykora

Fencing Coach/Choreography - Alex Petk

Fight Choreography - Tyler Parr

Lighting Designer - Sid Wilson

Tech Operator - Kathleen Sykora

Set Designers - Julia Webb, Kathleen Sykora

Set Construction - Gerald Girouard, Reed Needles

Properties - John Krisak, Julia Webb, Kathleen Sykora, Liz Hossein

Poster Design - Rod Keith

Production Photography - Ross Davidson

Earlier Event: April 12
Albertine in Five Times
Later Event: May 3
Bare Bear Bones