A northern Ontario gothic, Beaver follows Beatrice "Beaver" Jersey as she learns to grow beyond her circumscribed world, struggling with her whacky extended family, her alcoholic father, and her chain-smoking ghost of a mother.
|Publisher:||Playwrights Union of Canada|
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About the Author
Claudia Dey is a graduate of McGill and the National Theatre School. Her plays, Beaver (2000), The Gwendolyn Poems (2002) and Trout Stanley (2005) have been performed in Toronto, Montreal, New York and Vancouver. The Gwendolyn Poems was shortlisted for the 2002 Governor General’s Literary Award and a Trillium Award. Dey is also the author of the acclaimed novel Stunt.