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  1. The Fish Eyes Trilogy (print)

    The Fish Eyes Trilogy (print)

    Prince George, BC | Sep 20 - Oct 7 | Theatre Northwest

    A co-publication with Banff Centre Press.

    Three coming-of-age solo shows that follow the lives of teenage girls who attend the same high school and process their real-life dilemmas through dance, while exploring the heartaches of youth and the meaning of heritage.

  2. The Gentleman Clothier (print)

    The Gentleman Clothier (print)

    Ladysmith, BC | Sept 27 - Oct 14 | Ladysmith Little Theatre

    Norman Davenport feels he was born in the wrong century. As he opens a brand new clothing store, disappointed because he feels forced to cater to more current tastes, he makes a wish that changes his life—and the lives of his two loyal employees—forever.

  3. The Virgin Trial (print)

    The Virgin Trial (print)

    Ottawa, ON | Sep 11 - 30 | GCTC and Calgary, AB | Sep 11 - 29 | ATP

    Finalist for the 2017 Governor General's Literary Award for Drama

    Winner of the 2017 Carol Bolt Award

    In this gripping follow-up to The Last Wife, Kate Hennig continues her Tudor Queens Trilogy by cleverly exploring victim shaming, sexual consent, and the extraordinary ability of girls becoming women as she reimagines the scandalous and little-known story of Elizabeth the First before she was Queen.

  4. Gertrude and Alice (print)

    Gertrude and Alice (print)

    Toronto, ON | Sept 15 - Oct 7 | Buddies in Bad Times Theatre

    A new work from the acclaimed feminist theatre collective Independent Aunties exploring the lives, love, and legacy of queer icons Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas.

  5. Paradise Lost (print)

    Paradise Lost (print)

    Stratford, ON | August 17 - October 21 | Stratford Festival

    Erin Shields turns Heaven and Hell upside down in this witty, modern, feminist retelling of John Milton’s epic poem about the first battle between good and evil. In Shields’s Paradise Lost, the seventeenth century and present day are seamlessly intertwined as Satan vents to an audience about her frustration for being cast out of Heaven and her thoughts on oppression.

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