MTL Clown Fest - I Heart Boomer / Juan Migma

MTL Clown Fest

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I Heart Boomer:
It all starts with a letter. A letter, a bare stage, and one really giddy, really indecisive, and really emotional clown. The journey from the arrival of the letter to the opening of it is a roller coaster ride. Because, after all, this may very well be the most important letter anyone has ever received.

"I Heart Boomer" by Rebecca Bauer

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Juan Migma:
The winner of Le Festival des Clowns de Montreal’s talent contest La Grande Imbécil, 2016. Juan competed in the 2016 talent portion of the festival, and will show case his work in a guaranteed spot at the festival.

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Founded in 2016, the mandate of The MTL Clown Fest is to create space for all levels of performers to showcase original works that fall under the Clown, Bouffon or Physical Theatre spectrum. Included in the mandate we welcome people of all genders, but are making an effort to increase representation of women-identified, gender-non-conforming and trans performers. With this in mind, we will make an effort to strive for equal and proportionate representation in our space. We are dedicated to cultivating a multi-cultural program, welcoming French, English and Nonsensical Clown Language, as well as a vast multitude of other cultural Tricksters.

Tickets can be purchase online or by telephone Tuesday through Saturday from 2pm-6pm.
Please note that same day sales are by telephone only.
514-849-3378

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Jeudi 14 Septembre 2017 / 20:30
  • Samedi 16 Septembre 2017 / 18:15

60 minutes
Pour âges / For ages 0+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 60 minutes

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