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|Directed by||Chris Abraham|
|Produced by||Brent Barclay
|Written by||Kristen Thomson|
|Music by||Christopher Dedrick|
|Edited by||David Wharnsby|
|Distributed by||Mongrel Media|
The play and film, written by Thomson, is a coming-of-age drama depicting the difficult transition into adolescence of Claudia, a 12-year-old girl struggling with her parents' divorce. Thomson plays all of the roles, using masks to change character.
I, Claudia was published in 2001 by Playwrights Canada Press.
- I, Claudius, a novel by Robert Graves, dealing with the life of the Roman Emperor Claudius which partially inspired Thomson's themes and title.
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