The Sad Blisters: April 12-27 at The Commons

Photo: Esther Thibault (from her wedding)

 

Poking my head out of hiatus to jump onto the blog with details of Glass Hammer Productions’ upcoming run of Andrew Batten’s The Sad Blisters, directed by Victoria Shepherd, and featuring Bonnie Gray, Andrea Lyons, Anne McDougall, myself and Esther Thibault.

It’s a hilarious, poignant dramedy about family, memory, love—and a wedding!

The Sad Blisters runs April 12-27 at The Commons (587a College St., Toronto). Performances run Thur/Fri/Sat at 8pm, with matinees Sat & Sun at 2pm. Running time: approx. 80 mins. Tickets: $20 regular; $15 student/senior/arts worker. CASH ONLY at the door.

Check the Facebook event page for more info, photos and wedding anecdotes, as well as advance ticket purchase (Brown Paper Tickets link pending as of this posting; in the meantime, there’s a reservations email).

I’m honoured and happy to be working with this team of amazing, talented theatre artists. Hope you can join us!

 

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Author: life with more cowbell

Arts/culture social bloggerfly & Elwood P. Dowd disciple. Likes playing with words. A lot. Toronto

One thought on “The Sad Blisters: April 12-27 at The Commons”

  1. Reblogged this on The Alumnae Theatre Company's Blog and commented:
    Director Victoria Shepherd is a member of Alumnae Theatre Company. Andrew Batten made numerous appearances of Alumnae’s stages, including “Lady Windermere’s Fan” (2007), “Hedda Gabler” (2010),”Sylvia” (2011), “A Woman of No Importance” (2013), “This”, and “August: Osage County” (both in 2016). His play “Or Not To Be” was staged in New Ideas 2017. The April 2019 production of “The Sad Blisters” is its world premiere.

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