By Emma Kunzelmann

Mark your calendars! Sir Oliver Mowat C.I.’s production of The Penelopiad is coming to the Mowat stage from December 7-9. The production is a stage adaptation of the novel by  renowned author Margaret Atwood. Inspired by Homer’s epic poem, The Odyssey, The Penelopiad  is told from the underworld by Penelope as she shares her version of the mythological events that cast her as the symbol of wifely devotion.

This production features 18 extremely talented young actresses, directed by former Mowat drama teacher Jan Kish, and produced by current drama teacher Robin Andrews Morton. Tickets can be purchased through the school: $12 in advance for students and seniors, $15 at the door. Adult tickets are $17 in advance and $20 at the door. General admission tickets can also be purchased for $20 at

The show contains mature themes and is not recommended for anyone under the age of 14. If you want even more information, follow the social media accounts! Facebook: The Penelopiad, Instagram: @the_penelopiad2017

This is going to be an amazing show, come out and support your community theatre!


Emma Kunzelmann is a Grade 12 student at Sir Oliver Mowat C.I. She has  been involved with stage crew with Theatre Mowat for the past three years, and is involved with the current production. Emma has a passion for writing and is a contributing writer for the school paper, Mowat Misprints. After high school Emma wishes to go to university for journalism/media.