by George F. Walker
Directed by Ken Gass
Nothing Sacred premiered in 1988 and quickly became one of the most popular plays in North American regional theatres over the next three years. Winner of the Governor General, Chalmers and Dora Awards, Nothing Sacred was revived at the Winter Garden in 1994 and at the Shaw Festival in 2004. Loosely adapted from Turgenev’s Fathers and Sons, Nothing Sacred remains one of the most intriguing and successful works in the George F. Walker canon.