“Tom at the Farm” @ the Liminis Deals With Survival Lies

Fri 7/12-Sat 8/3 @ 8PM

Michel Marc Bouchard’s 2011 French-Canadian playTom at the Farm is a psychological thriller involving a man who travels to an isolated farm for the funeral of his lover who has died accidentally. There he finds a religious family unpleasantly surprised at the fact that their son had a male partner, and begins to uncover tragic secrets from the past. It shows how gay men become twisted and deformed by the lies they often have to live to survive.

The film was later translated into English by Linda Gaboriau; it will make its Ohio premiere, appropriately, at convergence-continuum’s Liminis Theatre, directed by Tom Kondilas, with a cast that includes Mike Frye, Daniel McElhany, Laura Starnik and Madelyn Voltz.

It runs through Sat 8/3 with performances Thursday-Saturday @ 8pm. Tickets are $20, $15 for seniors and $10 for students.

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