Two Birds One Stone

Two Birds One Stone

Part of The RISER Project

The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen St. West
May 3–13, 2017

Tickets: Regular $15 | Two Show Pass $20
Service charges may apply
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Special Deals:
RISER Project 2 Show Pass - One ticket for any two of the four shows in the Spring 2017 RISER Project for only $20 (plus applicable service charges). PURCHASE PASS

Rimah Jabr and Natasha Greenblatt met in Toronto. Rimah was born a Muslim Palestinian. Natasha was born a Jewish Canadian. This is probably just an ordinary meeting. But have they seen each other before? Two Birds One Stone investigates the forces that push us through time and across continents to find each other. What is the truth about the stories we tell?

Pomme Grenade Productions
Written and performed by Natasha Greenblatt and Rimah Jabr
Set/costumes/video design by Anahita Dehbonehie
Dramaturgy by Guillermo Verdecchia

For RISER Project:
Production management by Deborah Lim
Lighting design by Jareth Li
Publicity by FLIP Publicity (Carrie Sager)
Produced by Why Not Theatre (Ravi Jain, Owais Lightwala, Kelly Read)

Two Birds One Stone is presented as part of the RISER Project, a collaborative producing model by Why Not Theatre, with the generous support of the Toronto Arts Council and the Government of Canada.

Performance Dates:
Wednesday, May 3 – 7:00pm – Preview
Thursday, May 4 – 7:00pm – Opening
Friday, May 5 – 7:00pm
Saturday, May 6 – 9:30pm
Monday, May 8 – 7:00pm
Tuesday, May 9 – 9:30pm
Wednesday, May 10 – 7:00pm
Thursday, May 11 – 9:30pm
Friday, May 12 – 7:00pm
Saturday, May 13 – 9:30pm

About The RISER Project
In order to create more access and opportunity for artists, Why Not Theatre is looking at new ways of producing theatre in Toronto for independent artists. The RISER Project brings together a community of senior leadership and emerging artists, to support the artistic risk that independent artists must take in order to create and innovate. The model is designed to maximize existing infrastructures by sharing resources, risk and energy to reduce the producing burden on artists. The senior partners of the 2017 round of productions are Necessary Angel, Nightwood Theatre, fuGEN Theatre, Modern Times, and The Theatre Centre. RISER is made possible with the generous support of the Toronto Art Council’s Open Door Program and the Government of Canada.

The RISER Project also features:
The Draupadi Project, April 17–26, 2017
Pearle Harbour’s Chautauqua, April 19–26, 2017
El Retorno/I Return, May 5–13, 2017