Rarely Pure Theatre Presents WERE LOVERS, Now thru 12/15
Stephanie Carpanini plays with love in the upcoming, "Were Lovers", an exploration of the manifestation of love through the works of Charles L. Mee.
Love can be a filthy, beautiful, ugly, wonderful, sickening thing and as irrational and painful as it may sometimes be there are those who still find themselves caught in the pain and pleasures of it. These are their stories.
Rarely Pure Theatre, an emerging theatre collective, continues to produce work that offers stunning plots and imagery as well as innovative ways of live story telling. The collective was created by a diverse group of theatre school graduates, including Ryerson and University of Windsor, who dare to explore an ever-shifting identity through the visceral means of theatre.
Were Lovers, created and developed by Stephanie Carpanini, Jeff Hanson, Christine Carr, Monique Renaud and Margaret Evraire, will be performed at Aziza Cafe at 962 College St. W. The show opens tonight, December 11th and will close on Sunday, December 15th. Performances are at 8:00pm. Tickets can be bought at www.ticketbreak.com or at the door.