Dark Love at Rhubarb 37

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We are excited to share the first stage of exploration and development on a new interdisciplinary work DARK LOVE at the 37th Rhubarb Festival at Buddies in Bad Times, Toronto.

“Your walls may be high and your windows barred but they will come.” 
A workshop presentation exploring one community’s shared experience during a power outage.

director / choreographer . Virgilia Griffith
assistant director . Daniel Ellis

Arlen Aguayo Stewart
Falen Johnson
Susan A. Lock
Chiamaka G. Ugwu

illustrator . Stephen Jackman-Torkoff
text dramaturge . Gein Wong
photographer . Tsholo Khalema

February 17 – 20, 2016
The Chamber, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
12 Alexander Street
for tickets and more info click here

In creating this new interdisciplinary work, we are grateful for the support of NOW Magazine, lemonTree creations, Pamela Gilmartin, Shannon Lea Doyle, Michelle Ramsay, Nic Vincent, Mel Hague, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Factory Theatre, David Jansen, Andrea Donaldson.

DARK LOVE is a part of the 54ology, and part of the 37th Rhubarb Festival

Buddies in Bad Times Theatre presents
February 17-28, 2016
Festival Director Mel Hague
Festival Sponsor TD Bank Group
For two weeks, artists transform the Buddies neighbourhood into a hotbed
of creativity and experimentation, sharing new ideas in contemporary
theatre, performance art, dance, and music with adventure-loving
Evening Passes: $20
Young Creators Unit: PWYC
Take Your Space Project: Free with any evening pass, $20 at the door
Box Office 416-975-8555 or tickets.buddiesinbadtimes.com



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