Wayne Burns. Photo: Michael Osuszek

Miss

By Michael Ross Albert

A shocking accident at a private boarding school irrevocably changes the lives of a teacher, her fiancé, and a troubled student. A taut and explosive drama about loss, grief, guilt, and revenge.

★★★★ "A tautly written thriller."

Stage-Door

A+ "This is the sort of play that will have you reasoning, questioning, and debating long after you walk away from the theatre."

Toronto Guardian

"It was one of those rare evenings of perfect theatre that will stay with me for years...Michael Ross Albert’s script is marvelous."

Mooney on Theatre

Production Details

2 Male

1 Female

75 minutes

By Michael Ross Albert

Production History

Miss received its world premiere in The New York International Fringe Festival in August 2016. Produced by Outside Inside, Miss was directed by Kaitlyn Samuel, and featured Daniel J. O’Brien, Adam Petherbridge, and Rosie Sowa.

The Canadian premiere production was presented by Unit 102 Actors Company and The Spadina Avenue Gang as the inaugural production in the new Assembly Theatre. The production was directed by David Lafontaine, and featured Wayne Burns, Trevor Hayes, and Nola Martin.

2017 Production, Set design by Adam Belanger

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