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In Olivier Choinière's play Public Enemy, a family bickers over conspiracy theories and vaccinations
Playwright Olivier Choinière has earned a reputation as a “theatre hacker” for pushing boundaries and disrupting theatrical conventions. In his 2015 play Public Enemy, three generations of a family argue over conspiracy theories about the Bank of Canada and vaccinations, among other things. Choinière has updated the play, which is now being performed in English at Canadian Stage in Toronto. He joined Tom Power to tell us more about the production and why it offers an eerie glimpse into the future we’re now living.