Pat the Dog Playwright Centre continues its popular piece/meal reading series with an exciting, expanded
We’ll be serving up a light meal and four new, full-length theatre pieces — all of which originated from our
playwright centre. The smorgasbord of plays includes a mix of works from playwrights across the province and is accompanied by food and the launch of a visual arts installation in the historic Button Factory. Attendees to the
November 16 session will be the first to see Gareth Lichty’s newest creation.
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
The Gods and Calvin Brewer by Jessica Anderson, who won 3rd place in 2010 24-Hour Playwriting contest.
Ancient gods and Greek food make for a classic-themed start to the series.
Wednesday February 8, 2012
Neighbours by Allie Bell, winner of the 2011 24-Hour Playwriting contest.
Wednesday March 7, 2012
First Dance by Trevor Copp. Two gay men set about creating a dance for a ritual that has no history. Wedding
cake will accompany this intriguing physical movement piece.
Wednesday April 11, 2012
This is My Drum by Heather Majaury. This piece honours the thundering silence and the dancing through that connects to prayer when there is little left to say about anything. Be advised, there will be mature content, strong language and sexual themes. Would you expect anything less?
For all piece/meal sessionsDoors open at 7:00 The Button Factory 25 Regina Street South, Waterloo, ON N2J 1R8
Admission:Pay what you can. Suggested donation $10. Food will be available for purchase courtesy of Cheeses Murphy.
Seating is limited, so reservations are required. Book your ticket through the Button Factory 519-886-4577.
This project is made possible in part by the generous support of the Kitchener-Waterloo Community Foundation.