What Happened to the Seeker

STO Union Co-production with The Theatre Centre (Toronto), Festival TransAmériques (Montreal), BIT Teatergarasjen (Norway), and Brut Koproductionshaus (Austria), and in association with the Wakefield Art Collective

The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen St. West
October 1 – 3, 2015 at 8pm

Tickets: Regular $30 | Student/Senior/Arts Worker $22
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Here for 3 shows only and arriving from FTA (Montreal), Mag North (Ottawa) and The Hebbel (Berlin), don’t miss STO Union’s newest entry onto the international stage, What Happened to the Seeker.

Developed through The Theatre Centre’s Tracy Wright Global Archive, What Happened to the Seeker tells the story of a middle-class, North American woman’s effort to recapture the sense of well-being that came from being a child of the Seekers – the free love generation of the 1960’s that searched for spiritual fulfillment.

Told in triptych form through performance, video, and installation, you’re invited to join this personal, multidisciplinary journey, which captures one woman’s attempt at living in this world.

“What Happened to the Seeker…is the biggest and most successful risk in this year’s Magnetic North Theatre Festival.”
                                                                          – Jonas McLean, New Ottawa Critics

Written By: Nadia Ross
In collaboration with: George Acheson, Sarah Conn and Rob Scott
Technical Director: Rob Scott
Lighting Design: Steve Lucas
Set Design:  Barry Padolsky
Music: Wayne Hunter
Producer:  Sarah Conn
Touring Agent: Menno Plukker Theatre Agent Inc.
Performers:  Nadia Ross, George Acheson, Sarah Conn















STO Union is taking over The Theatre Centre from Sept 23rd to Oct 3rd.

For more info on Nadia Ross’s workshop “How I Make Things”, STO Union Office Hours, and performances of BREATH[e]3: Qualia and Rituals for the Unfamiliar, CLICK HERE