Season 9
Examining Isolation

Urban Stories Theatre is a place to explore humanity and social justice through the arts with a focus on performance based writing: plays, spoken word, storytelling, movement and monologues.

 

-We will do this by using a mentorship model in writing, directing and acting.

PLAY OFF SERIES 2022

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Play 1: On Down the River by Caitlin Russell

 

Directed by Andrea Cortes

 

A mother moves to a new country to be close to her daughter, but struggles to exist outside of her old life. As time passes, the question arises: can feeling isolated in a new world be overcome by loving one person in that world?

Featuring: Rose Bene, Magaly Gil and Mary Bogucka

Play 2: Couch Potato by Milton Joseph


Directed by Amanda Iandolo


Upon receiving bleak news about his future, a promising college student suddenly drops out and loses all motivation in his life.

 

Featuring:
Raymond Mergen, Nancy Ngo, Wendy Froberg and Bryan McHale

Dates:
Tuesday May 10, 2022 - Preview Night 7 pm ($10)
Wednesday May 11, 2022 - 7 pm ( Adult $20, senior/student $15)
Thursday May 12, 2022 - 7 pm ( Adult $20, senior/student $15)
Friday May 13, 2022 - 7 pm ( Adult $20, senior/student $15)

Where:

Lower Theatre, Knox United Church

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Urban Stories Theatre Mission

To create an inclusive space to learn, share, explore and nurture local artists creating original work by giving them the opportunity to participate in play festivals, workshops and performances. 

 

Vision:

 

To explore justice and humanity issues through the performing arts

Land Acknowledgement:

The Creative team at Urban Stories Theatre would like to acknowledge  the original storytellers and teachers of the  land  on which we play and create. The many First Nations, Metis and Inuit people.