Canadian Stage to Host Immersive Party INTERMISSION: SCIENTISTS FOR LOVE
Canadian Stage hosts an immersive party inspired by Nick Payne's play Constellations. Montreal's Scientists for Love (SummerWorks Festival, CBC) will take guests through sensory and social experiments designed to confront not only parallel worlds, but the infinite opportunity of the universe. Part social experiment, part performance art and culminating in a massive dance party - participants are in for an unconventional and unforgettable evening.
The event takes place on Saturday, November 26. Doors at 10 pm, event at 10:30 pm. at Berkeley St. Theatre Rehearsal Hall, 26 Berkeley St. Tickets/Info: $25 regular / $15 under 30, Artsworker or Constellations ticket-buyers. Entrance includes one complimentary drink. Tickets can be purchased at canadianstage.com, or by calling 416.368.3110. With Music by DJ Nate Nightcall. Beer provided by Steamwhistle Brewing.
On stage until November 27 at the Bluma Appel Theatre, Nick Payne's multiverse-set romance Constellations takes a spellbinding journey through the multiple universes of one couple as each choice they make shapes an entirely different, life altering future.
Canadian Stage's post-show INTERMISSION series explores the themes and ideas presented in Canadian Stage's programming, drawing connections to our culture in unexpected ways.
Scientists for Love (SFL), recently featured in Maclean's Magazine and on CBC s WireTap, is a Montreal-based art project and research team formed by Amy Chartrand (Moment Factory) and Leigh Kotsilidis to study and promote love in all its forms. Under the umbrella of SFL, Leigh and Amy create events that use scientific methodology as a conductor for social energy and human connection. And a party. For more information, visit www.scientistsforlove.com.