Shawn Macdonald, Dallas Sauer and Deborah Williams in Dave Deaveau's Lowest Common Denominator. Photo by Tina Kulic.
Shawn Macdonald, Dallas Sauer and Deborah Williams in Dave Deaveau's Lowest Common Denominator. Photo by Tina Kulic.

Award-winning playwright Dave Deveau brings his newest play Lowest Common Denominator to the stage, in an exploration of intergenerational relationships.

Centering on recently divorced Harmony, Lowest Common Denominator tells the story of her attempts to get back on her feet.  Ending up on blissful, booze-filled date with insurance salesman Peter, the drama starts when she finds her 17-year old son Trevor kissing him. A story of unconditional love between a mother and a son, the play asks how intergenerational relationships work, what we do or do not understand about them and what pre-existing conceptions (or misconceptions) we may have.

David C Jones speaks with Deborah Williams who plays Harmony and Dallas Sauer who plays her son to learn more.

Lowest Common Denominator plays the PAL Studio Theatre from March 14-30, 2014.  Tickets are available online from Tickets Tonight or by calling 604-684-2787.  Visit http://www.zeezeetheatre.ca for more information.