Let’s Try This Standing plays for one night only in Toronto on Monday August 29th at 8 pm at Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace.
We are thrilled to take our show to Parrsboro! See Let’s Try This Standing at the Ship July 27 & 28. Tickets available here.
Artistic co-director Gillian Clark, is really excited to be writing with some pretty amazing people in the 2016/2017 Tarragon Playwrights Unit.
Time to get scribblin!
Do you want to be part of the next Keep Good (Theatre) Company production?
ABOUT THE SHOW
Roland and Marianne meet, meet again and then again. Their relationship exists in multiverse. Constellations is a love story that moves through space, exploring the infinite possibilities of any given moment in time.
Workshop week: March 28th-April 3rd, 2016.
Rehearsal dates: September 12th – of October 4th, 2016.
Production dates: October 5th-9th, 2016.
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR
Male and Female actors who can play early twenties to early forties.
We are thrilled that Gillian Clark’s newest script has been selected for Outside the March’s Forward March development program. The play is one of just four selected out of nearly 250 applications from across Canada.
Let’s Try This Standing runs from January 13th-January 17th 2016 at the Neptune Scotiabank Studio Theatre. All shows are Pay What You Can when tickets are purchased in advance, and performances feature a diverse range of opening acts. Click below for tickets:
Thank you all for voting!
Thank you to the wonderful audiences who came out to see Let’s Try This Standing and sold out our entire work-in-progress run! We were so happy to share the room with you, and we hope you’ll join us in January for the world premiere at Neptune’s Scotiabank Studio Theatre, running January 13-17.
Huge thank yous also go out to Arts Nova Scotia, Eastern Front Theatre and the Stages team, director Anthony Black, stage manager & projection designer Daniel Oulton, and photographer Mel Hattie.
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“I think sometimes trauma is defined in a limited way. It’s by extremes. There’s so much we go through in everyday life,” says Clark.
“It’s really exciting to see something I’ve been grappling with so long is turning into something that is not just about me. It’s the most honest thing I could have created. I’m looking forward to sharing it.”