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The Monster Monologue & Apple Time Scene

The Artesian Regina, Saskatchewan

Deaf & Disability Arts, Theatre — Other

PerfThe Monster Monologue
To start the weekend, The Deaf Crows Collective will present a scene from their recent play, Apple Time. Following that Listen to Dis' VOICE, will present The Monster Monologue directed by Artist-in-Residence Natasha Urkow. The show uses the stories of famous monsters - such as Frankenstein and Quasimodo - as an outlet to explore the pain and suppressed emotions felt by those with disabilities. In doing so, supporting the political right of everyone to live in and understand their body through creative expression! The show premiered as part of the 2018 Cathedral Village Arts Festival to a packed house and you will not want to miss it! Good for all ages!

When

Thu 27 Sep No events scheduled.
Fri 28 Sep 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Sat 29 Sep No events scheduled.

Where

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2627 13th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan

Organizer

Listen to Dis' Community Arts Organization Inc.

As Saskatchewan's only disability-led disability arts organization, we equip and enable disabled people to participate in and create art for health, recreation, and to develop as emerging and professional artists. We make art that brings community together through compassionate creative action. LTD' supports two companies of artists, presents touring shows, youth programming, disability audit consulting, and a visiting artist series. For more information, visit our website at listentodis.com

Event Contact

John Loeppky
associateartisticdirector[at]listentodis[dot]com
3063816484
Website

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This event is in English.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Performance, All Ages, Acting, hub-listentodis

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