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Event Archive - PEEK-SHOW: The Lightning Round: Ann-Bernice Thomas, La Palabra En El Tiempo

Fri. September 22nd 2017 - Fri. September 22nd 2017 Intrepid Theatre (All Ages)
8pm doors at 7pm
$15 / $20 Performance Pass
Presented by: Impulse Theatre

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Literary: Theatre: Dance:
PEEK-SHOW: THE LIGHTNING ROUND as part of Impulse Theatre's PEEK-FEST
Friday, September 22nd, 2017 8pm
Intrepid Theatre Club (1609 Blanshard)
$15 / $20 Performance Pass

An informal and exciting experience for artists and patrons, all discovering new stories for the first time. The evening consists of new works from a diverse and equitable group of Victoria's performing artists. This time, each group is provided with only 7 minutes to present whatever art has been brewing in the back in their mind, itching to come out. From text, to dance, to somewhere in-between, we will be living in a space of discovery and courage. PEEK-SHOW acts as an initiative to foster creative connections between Victoria's performing artists and to spark momentum within the community.​

LIGHTING ROUND PARTICIPANTS:
Ann Bernice-Thomas - The Hallway
Andrew Brimstone - Plan 9 From Outer Space
Holly M Brinkman - Untitled
Copper & Pickle
Elizabeth Martin - Naturals
La Palabra en el Tiempo
Emma Leck - The Plight of the Dung Beetle
Kat Taddei/Vino Buono - BOYS.


For full festival schedule and events: http://www.impulsetheatre.ca/peek-fest/

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