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Twisted

by Charlotte Corbeil-Coleman & Joseph Jomo Pierre

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Growing up, Nancy believed in magic despite a hand-me-down life in a small town. So it’s no wonder the buzzing excitement of Toronto and its allure of freedom was a likely choice for her new home, the place she finds herself years later selling her body for drugs. Nancy is further from freedom than ever under the wings of Sikes, a drug dealer and pimp. When she meets Oliver, a seventeen-year-old who lands at Sikes’s feet after a life of foster care and shelters, the two find unlikely solace in each other. As text messages are exchanged by the instant, and truths are revealed, Nancy and Oliver form an unbreakable bond in order to write a new story together.

About the Authors
Charlotte Corbeil-Coleman is a multiple-award-winning playwright. She graduated from the playwriting program at the National Theatre School of Canada and has gone on to write for theatre, radio, film, and television. Selected writing credits include The End of Pretending; Scratch, which was nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award and a Governor General’s Literary Award; and CBC Radio’s Afghanada. Most recently she has been working on three feature films. Charlotte lives in Toronto.
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Trinidadian born. Scarborough raised.  Joseph is a York University graduate with a BFA in acting. His first works were independently produced projects. Born Ready and Pusha-Man marked his mainstream introduction to the Toronto theatre scene. His goal as a writer has always been to inject the life experiences and culture around him into his work. To reflect the images and struggles of a people that rarely see themselves on stage, yet whose stories are as valued as any other.
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Charlotte Corbeil-Coleman is a multiple-award-winning playwright. She graduated from the playwriting program at the National Theatre School of Canada and has gone on to write for theatre, radio, film, and television. Selected writing credits include The End of Pretending; Scratch, which was nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award and a Governor General’s Literary Award; and CBC Radio’s Afghanada. Most recently she has been working on three feature films. Charlotte lives in Toronto.

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