by David van Belle
Directed by Jamie Dunsdon
Featuring Natalie Gauthier
March 23 - 31, 2018 at The Motel Theatre in Arts Commons
8pm evenings | 2pm weekend matinees
Info available at verbtheatre.com
A tattooist who chooses your tattoo for you.
A prospector with a secret.
A landscape artist whose creations take over the planet.
In this world premiere production by award-winning playwright David van Belle (The Highest Step in the World, The Last Voyage of Donald Crowhurst, Liberation Days), three stories of the past, the present, and the future are braided together into a funny, visually spectacular and moving experiential performance that explores who we choose to be and what we choose to leave behind. Immersive, funny, and important new theatre at its best.
Please note that tickets to Easter Island on Good Friday on Friday March 31, 2018 at 8:00 PM will be available at Arts Commons' Motel one hour prior to the performance.
Ideal for: Performances, , recitals, rehearsals, workshops, and receptions
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
Included: Fully customizable lighting; user-driven space with no technical support provided
Motel is an intimate, 50-seat black-box theatre located in the heart of downtown Calgary on the mezzanine level of Arts Commons, across the hall from One Yellow Rabbit's Big Secret Theatre. Instantly recognizable by its charming motel-style sign, Motel Theatre is the home of Downstage who curate the space as an affordable home for smaller theatre and performance companies in Calgary.
This venue is in high demand with limited rental dates. If you are interested in renting this space, please first visit www.downstage.ca/motel for further information then contact Jessie Paynter, Production Manager, email@example.com, 403.294.7459.
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