The Secret Handshake Gallery’s summer 2019 group art exhibition will feature bill bissett, Frieda B, Carol Barbour, Jamie Barraclough, David Bateman, Mark Connery, Naomi Laufer, Cory Sever, and John Vlahos. More info here.
May 25 to September 25, 2019
170a Baldwin Street
In The Ends of the Earth, Frank, having dedicated his life to the unremarkable, and Walker, paranoid since being struck by lighting at age three, attempt to flee from each other and end up following each other instead. They find themselves in a run-down hotel operated by deaf and misdirected Willy and blind Alice, who has a murderous dislike for visitors. Morris Panych’s brilliant tale reminds us all that fear can become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
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August 22 to September 1, 2019
Alumnae Studio Theatre
70 Berkeley Street
Adeena Karasick at the Boog City 13 Arts Festival in New York. More info here.
Tuesday, September 24
Boog City 13 Arts Festival
Bowery Poetry Club and Unnameable Books
New York, NY
Adeena Karasick will present at the 67th Annual Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture Symposium. More info here.
Saturday October 12, 2019
“Speaking Jewish: The Talmudy Blues of Semantic and Semitic Environments”
67th Annual Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture Symposium: Communication in the 21st Century
Institute of General Semantics
Co-Sponsored by the New York Society for General Semantics and Media Ecology Association
15 West 43rd Street
New York, New York
See Tomson Highway’s “Songs in the Key of Cree,” featuring twelve songs taken from Rose ; The Incredible Adventures of Mary Jane Mosquito; The (Post) Mistress ; and The Sage, the Dancer, and the Fool, at The Burlington Performing Arts Centre.
Saturday, October 19, 2019
The Burlington Performing Arts Centre
440 Locust Street
Burlington ON, L7S 1T7
“Opening Doors – Vancouver’s East End” will be on at the Firehall Theatre from November 1 to 10, 2019. “Opening Doors” is a dramatization based on Daphne Marlatt and Carole Itter’s 1979 aural history of the neighborhood surrounding the Firehall building. Audiences will hear stories of the vibrant community created by those from many different cultural heritages and backgrounds. More info here.
November 1-10, 2019
280 East Cordova Street
Vancouver, BC V6A 1L3
Cottagers and Indians takes a sincere and pragmatic look at the current conflicts between First Nations traditional water usage and property owners in cottage country who are looking to enjoy an undisturbed summer getaway. Written by Drew Hayden Taylor, an award-winning playwright, journalist, novelist and filmmaker, Cottagers and Indians had a successful debut at Tarragon Theatre in 2017. More info here.
November 26 to December 15, 2019
at the Great Canadian Theatre Company
300–1227 Wellington Street West
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
“A deft touch for mixing comedy and commentary in an entertaining all-Canadian form of social satire.“—Vancouver Sun
Mom’s the Word was created out of a Saturday morning writers’ support group. Getting together to share their experiences, six women performers struck upon the idea to write about what they were going through as mothers trying to maintain their careers, their individual identities and their relationships with their partners. The result is an evening of hilarious stories, bittersweet monologues, poetic reflections and revelatory anecdotes. Touching tales of giving birth to a premature baby are balanced against comic, ribald rants on diaper soup; whispered, hesitant conversations about sex after children; and the desperate confessionals of the over-stressed.
More info here.
February 27 to March 8, 2020
710 Dundas Street
London, ON N5W 2Z4