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Thank you, SummerWorks!

Let’s Try This Standing had a hugely successful run at SummerWorks. Thank you to our audiences, the reviewers, and the festival. Thank you also to the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture, and Heritage and to the Canada Council for the Arts for funding support. Some highlights:

“Everybody needs to see this”

-Highly Recommended by the Slotkin Letter

“Not everyone can maintain a sense of humour after enduring a near-death experience, but writer-performer Gillian Clark brings wit, optimism and honesty to her compelling show.”

Now Magazine Best of the Fest Pick – Outstanding Performance, Gillian Clark

“5 must-see shows at SummerWorks 2017”

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“Honest. Hilarious. Incredibly Impactful.”

-Outside the March Theatre Company

 

 

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Let’s Try This Standing at SummerWorks

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We are psyched to be taking Let’s Try This Standing to the SummerWorks Performance Festival in Toronto from August 4 – 13.

Find out more and book your tickets.

The Adventures of Never Growing Up at Stages

On May 20th, Eastern Front Theatre presents a work-in-progress reading of the Adventures of Never Growing Up, Gillian Clark’s newest play, at the STAGES Festival. Tickets are just $5 and you can book yours here.

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Let’s Try This Standing at In The Soil

Hey, Ontario!

Let’s Try This Standing tours to St. Catharines for the In The Soil Arts Festival at the end of April. Details here.

Welcome on board, Lang Optometry!

We’re pleased to have Lang Optometry join us as our Opening Night Sponsor for Constellations.

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Tickets for Constellations are now on sale!

Tickets are Pay What You Can in advance, and $20 at the door… so why wait?

Snap yours up here.

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Let’s Try This Standing in Metro

“I still struggle with a lot of things about my accident,” she said. “This play is a way of finding control in a situation that was so out of control.”

“For the most part when I’m performing the show it’s just joy,” she said.

Check out Gillian Clark’s interview with Metro here.