“…part thriller, part revenge play and lots of comedy.” Toronto Star
A gruesome murder in a small town leads a female sheriff, a cocky young detective, and a university professor with a taste for younger men, into a labyrinth of secret lives, ancient magic, and multiple suspects.
The exceptional Kat Sandler uses the Slavic folktale of Baba Yaga, the witch who lives in a magical hut that sits on chicken legs, as a launching pad for an exploration of female power in its many forms – wisdom, rage, motherhood, and sex. Yaga races along and draws you into a world where nothing is quite what it seems.
Yaga runs September 12 - October 8 with Pay What You Can tickets available for all performances.