Part of The RISER Project
The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen St. West
April 16 – 24, 2016
Tickets: Regular $20 | Youth (under 25) $10
Service charges may apply
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RISER Project 2 Show Pass - One ticket for any two of the four shows in the Spring 2016 RISER Project for only $30 (plus applicable service charges).
Something strange is happening in small town Alberta. A Haul truck driver finds herself trapped in a dream. A butcher receives an unimaginable shipment of meat. And a bartender, who never left home, is growing wings. A magical-realist story about life on the edge of capitalism.
Zoë Sweet – Producer/Performer/Creator
Darwin Lyons – Producer/Performer/Creator
Clare Preuss – Director/Creator
Neema Bickersteth – Perfromer/Creator
Laura Gardner – Set/Costume Designer
Maddie Bautista – Sound Designer/Composer
Dead Roads is presented as part of The RISER Project, a collaborative producing model presented by Why Not Theatre with the generous support of the Toronto Arts Council and Canadian Heritage.
Saturday April 16 – 1:30pm – Preview
Saturday April 16 – 7:30pm – <em)Opening
Monday April 18 – 9:30pm
Tuesday April 19 – 7:30pm
Wednesday April 20 – 9:30pm
Thursday April 21 – 7:30pm
Friday April 22 – 9:30pm
Saturday April 23 – 1:30pm
Saturday April 23 – 7:30pm
Sunday April 24 – 3:30pm
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 2016 round of productions are Necessary Angel, Nightwood Theatre, fuGEN Theatre, Modern Times, Theatrefront 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.