Revolution They Wrote: Minimain Program 1

Revolution They Wrote: Short Works Feminist Theatre and Performance Festival

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Revolution They Wrote: Short Works Feminist Theatre and Performance Festival presented in partnership with MainLine Theatre is a 4-day event that aims to present new feminist works. With these works, we create an artistic space that is primed to educate, provoke and inspire change both on the stage and in our daily lives.

Program 1 is taking place in the Minimain with the following shows:

The Ambassador's wife
presented by Vanessa Kneale

Manners
By Nastasia Pappas-Kemps
Directed by Amanda goldberg
A We Are One Production
The privileged and spoiled daughter of an Earl finds herself falling for a humble footman with a secret past, though 'footman' may not be the best way to describe her love interest. When it is revealed that this cautious servant reciprocates these feelings, the two are forced to confront the societal barriers standing in their way.

How To Be A Good Modern Woman
Presented by TEAM GRECO
“How to be a Good Modern Woman” is an introductory course for women looking to assess their sad lives, and assert themselves into the world. We will teach you how to seem strong, learn to surpass your female peers, and get the life you deserve. A superior one.

Fragments of Her Rising
By Cleopatra Boudreau
Fragments of Her Rising explores the role of sexuality and intersectionality in the lives of two very different women. Song, poem, and found text intertwin to express some of the stigmas facing women and their bodies today.

March 23-26 at 8PM

MainLine Theatre
3997 Boulevard St-Laurent

Tickets:
Reg. $15
Students $10

To purchase tickets:
Online
By phone, at 514 849 3378
In person at the MainLine Box Office at 3997 St-Laurent, from Tuesday to Saturday from 2-6PM

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Jeudi 23 Mars 2017 / 20:00
  • Vendredi 24 Mars 2017 / 20:00
  • Samedi 25 Mars 2017 / 20:00
  • Dimanche 26 Mars 2017 / 20:00

180 minutes
Retardataires / Latecomers : 180 minutes

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