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100% Analog: A long table conversation

Presented by The Theatre Centre

12 Letters from Your Lover, Lost at Sea is a theatre-by-mail experience in which audience members receive 12 letters and postcards written by a mysterious hitchhiker named Z. It’s a story of ghosts, Nazis, love and the Torrington Gopher Museum. We invite individuals who experienced the play, or those curious about it, to join together in a long table conversation about the work, about doing theatre during Covid, and about challenging definitions of what constitutes a play. 

Experience note: This will be an in-person and zoom conversation streamed into the Franco Boni Theatre with Thomas McKechnie and audience members about his totally analog play by mail; 12 Letters from Your Lover, Lost at Sea.


Panellists: Thomas McKechnie, Adele Noronha, Keelin Jack, and Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster

12 Letters from Your Lover, Lost at Sea written by Hannah Kaya and Thomas McKechnie
Produced by zietpunktheatre in association with Why Not Theatre and The Theatre Centre


ASL will be available for most performances. The Theatre Centre is a physically accessible venue with barrier-free washrooms on each floor and a lift for public use.
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From May 15, 2022
to May 15, 2022

Tickets are FREE — donations happily accepted.


Franco Boni Theatre, online

Performance Dates

Sunday, May 15 – IRL
Sunday, May 15 – ONLINE

This performance is 60-90 minutes

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