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Book covers for a million billion pieces, Women of the Fur Trade, Every Day She Rose, and Everybody Just C@lm the F#ck Down

Join us for our Summer Launch!

Celebrating four fantastic new releases

By Date: July 19, 2022 Tags: News

We're celebrating the release of four fantastic newly published plays with a night of readings, Q&A, trivia and more!

Join us on Tuesday, August 2nd at 7 pm EDT on Zoom for readings from David James Brock (a million billion pieces), Frances Koncan (Women of the Fur Trade), Andrea Scott and Nick Green (Every Day She Rose), and Robert Chafe (Everybody Just C@lm the F#ck Down). Hosted by José Teodoro.

An after party will follow in our custom-made virtual Gather space, the Playwrights Canada Press Hub. You can learn more about how to use it here.

In order to attend, you must register at this link.

Live captioning and a written compilation of the excerpts read will be provided. If you have any other accessibility needs (ASL interpreter, audio description) please let us know by emailing us at by Tuesday, July 26th.

a million billion pieces by David James Brock with music by Gareth Williams
Sixteen-year-olds Pria and Theo have decided to lose their virginity together. There’s just one catch… they both have life-threatening disorders that may cause them to explode from one another’s touch.

Women of the Fur Trade by Frances Koncan
Sometime in the 1800s, three very different women (with twenty-first century affinities) sit in a fort sharing their views on life, love, and the hot nerd Louis Riel. This historical comedy shifts perspectives from the male gaze to women’s power in the past and present through the lens of the Canadian Fur Trade.

Every Day She Rose by Andrea Scott and Nick Green
After the Black Lives Matter protest at the 2016 Toronto Pride Parade, two friends find their racial and queer politics aren’t as aligned as they thought, and the playwrights behind them must figure out how to write about the fallout.

Everybody Just C@lm the F#ck Down by Robert Chafe
In this one-man folly about the aging body and mid-life anxiety, Robert Chafe explores the shifting planes of middle age, grief, creativity, and embracing a lack of control.

Make sure to register to attend!