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Published on Apr 17, 2012
Sarasvati Productions' Presents
By Hope McIntyre
Directed By Sharon Bajer
Video By Jordan Popowich
April 27 to May 13
University of Winnipeg's Asper Centre for Theatre and Film (400 Colony St)
Tickets $18 (Adults)/$12 (Students/Seniors)
Reserve by calling: 586-2236 or buy online here: sarasvati.ca/season/show-2/
We are excited to be premiering this original work, which combines video, music, dance and theatre to explore the notions of truth and justice.
EDEN is a bold and compelling new Canadian play written by Winnipeg-based playwright Hope McIntyre. It combines the style of writers Caryl Churchill and Harold Pinter with its futuristic political bent. It is an exciting piece not only due to its epic nature, exploring three generations of characters in a futuristic dystopia, but also due to the large cast size and unique production demands. It is an interdisciplinary theatre experience which pulls from many cultural backgrounds. Above all it is a puzzle where the truth is explored from many vantage points.
There are 13 chances to catch this wonderful production!
Performance Schedule: Friday, April 27 8pm Opening Saturday, April 28 8pm Sunday, April 29 2pm Pay What You Can Matinee Wednesday, May 2 8pm Thursday, May 3 8pm Friday, May 4 8pm Saturday, May 5 8pm Sunday, May 6 2pm Pay What You Can Matinee Wednesday, May 9 8pm Thursday, May 10 8pm Friday, May 11 8pm Saturday, May 12 8pm Sunday, May 13 2pm Pay What You Can Matinee
Featuring: Kevin Anderson Andrea Del Campo Kevin Gabel Ti Hallas Marsha Knight Tracy Penner Steven Ratzlaff Tom Soares
Crew: Written by Hope McIntyre Directed by Sharon Bajer Video Design by Jordan Popowich Set Design by Kim Griffin Lighting Design by Dean Cowieson Costume Design by Kelsey Noren Sound Design by Chris Coyne Stage Manager Jessica Freundl Set Construction Aaron Frost Props Coordinator Ali Fulmyk Production Coordinator Steven Vande Vyvere
This is a Canadian Actors' Equity Association approved Independent Artists Projects Policy production.
Thank-you to Manitoba Arts Council and Winnipeg Arts Council.
Tickets and Information: (204) 586-2236 sarasvati.ca