The 3rd Annual MainLine Gala for Student Theatre!
MainLine Theatre & The Factory Line
MainLine Theatre and The Factory Line collective Present:
''Carrelage'' écrite et mise en scène par Sophie Daunais-Ouimet, assistée par Myriam Fugère (UQÀM)
''If Phones Could Talk'' written and directed by Alyssa Harms-Wiebe
''The Carrier Pigeon Play'' (Fourteen to Never Theatre Company) written by Julie Foster, directed by Michelle Soicher (Concordia University)
''Solstices'' écrite et mise en scène par Laurie Murphy, assistée par Florence Rainville, (Cegep Saint-Laurent)
14 - 15 février/February @ 20h00
16 février/February @ 14h00 & 20h00
Tickets on sale now!
Important note / Note importante:
Une partie du profit de la porte ira dans les poches de chaque équipe! A share of the door's profit goes in the pockets of the production teams!
HORAIRE / SCHEDULE
- Thursday 14 February 2013 / 20:00
- Friday 15 February 2013 / 20:00
- Saturday 16 February 2013 / 14:00
- Saturday 16 February 2013 / 20:00
Pas de retardataires / No latecomers
We here at Confabulation love the holidays. After all, what are the holidays without thoughts of family? And as a true-life storytelling show, what produces more tellable tales than those people whose presences and absences so largely made us the people we are today?
Renowned for their lo-fi brand of humpty-dumptruck rock n roll, Hamhock Velvet & The Silky Pillows came to prominence with their classic album "Warm Mess," which featured beloved singles such as "Boo Hoo Forever," "Curious Porridge" and "Bidetdreaming." Since then, The Silky Pillows have fluffed off and now almost 20 years later, Hamhock Velvet sits down to share the bizarre story of the band's cosmic journey and how the elements came together (and ultimately fell apart) during the making of "Warm Mess."
From a swamp in northern Ontario to the streets of Paris, Nisha Coleman uses music, recorded dialogue, soundscapes and traditional storytelling to share a deeply personal tale involving mosquitoes, mental illness and recurring self-exile.