Toronto theatre company da da kamera [sic] ends its New York City debut of Daniel MacIvor and Daniel Brooks' Monster at P.S. 122, Sept. 26.
Monster is a series of interwoven horror stories, with a single actor portraying a teen who dismembers his father with a hacksaw in the basement, an aging horror filmmaker, and a married couple arguing about whether or not to have a child.
MacIvor stars in the production, which features lighting design by Daniel Brooks and Andy Moro, with sound and music by Richard Feren. Performances began Sept. 9.
Spokesperson Ron Lasko told Playbill On-Line that some tickets are still available to remaining performances of the well-received piece, but by curtain time seats are likely to be scarce owing to P.S. 122's success with walk-in traffic.
For tickets or more information on Monster, call (212) 477-5288. -- By David Lefkowitz & Sean McGrath