In 1938, in a world about to go mad with war, an Ontario insane asylum seems to offer sanctuary to the characters in Can You See Me Yet? But as Cassandra Wakelin begins to confuse her fellow inmates with members of her own ill-fated family, the question arises: Can anyone find sanctuary anywhere?
Can You See Me Yet? premiered at Ottawa’s National Arts Centre in 1976.
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About the Author
Timothy Findley was born in Toronto in 1930 and worked as an actor in Canada and abroad from 1948 to 1962, until he was encouraged to begin writing by Thornton Wilder and Ruth Gordon. Findley has since written award-winning fiction, non-fiction and dramas for radio and television. He re-entered the theatre as a playwright in 1976 with the publication of Can You See Me Yet? (1977).