July 7th to 16th. show times range. 

The Story

Recall takes us to a grim, sci-fi world in which crimes might be prevented before they occur. Lucy makes people uncomfortable. There's something about her eyes. There's something about the way her mother's boyfriends keep disappearing. And there's something about the government agents on her trail. Radically imaginative and achingly plain, this razor-sharp thriller explores our need to feel connected, understood, and loved. No matter the damage, no matter the cost.

The Cast

Kyla Young as Lucy (The Skriker, August: Osage, Crave, Richard II, Alias Grace, Workin’ Moms),

Genevieve Adam* as Justine (Deceitful Above All Things, Measure for Measure, Romeo and Juliet, The Handmaid’s Tale),

Madryn McCabe as Charlotte (Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Rhinoceros, Cousins of Corsica, Wyrd Sisters),

Warren Kang as Quinn (White at Paprika 2017), and

Luis Fernandes as David  (Tough Jews, The Hungry, Much Ado About Nothing, Hamlet, A Behanding in Spokane).

The Team

Written by Eliza Clark (Edgewise, Future Thinking, Recall, The Killing, Animal Kingdom)

Directed by Will King (Titus Andronicus, Mercury Fur, Fever/Dream, Rhinoceros),

Assistant Directed by Erik Helle (Fringe 2016 hit show Elektra)

Fight Directed by Nate Bitton (SO MANY SHOWS!!!)

Stage Managed by Chin Palipane (Like a Generation),

Lighting and Sound Design by Parker Nowlan (Holloh, Titus Andronicus, Mercury Fur)

Associate Produced by Nicole Nadeau (YellowZoned).


*This production will be engaged under a CAEA Artist Collective Policy.

The Toronto Fringe

Seven Siblings Theatre is bringing Eliza Clark's Recall to The Toronto Fringe, and we're thrilled to perform at the newest #FringeTO venue, The Theatre Centre!

Tickets on sale now!

(The Fringe allows no latecomers or refunds. Be on time!) 

85 minutes. No intermission. The show includes violence, mature language, and gunshots.

The Buzz

Time Out Critics Pick!
“Quietly chilling.” - Adam Feldman, Time Out

“Richly written, terribly intense, vividly imagined." - Chris Komanek, Theatermania

Our venue (The Theatre Centre - Franco Boni) is located at 1115 Queen St W.