All Our Happy Days Are Stupid by Sheila Heti
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
*****A note from Suburban Beast*****
Update: October 29th 2013
Sold out = Sold Out.
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Update: October 18th 2013
We ADDED A MATINEE PERFORMANCE for All Our Happy Days Are Stupid!
Saturday November 2nd at 2pm
Tickets can be purchased through our indiegogo campaign http://bit.ly/19Xt1BJ
Your name is automatically added to the ticket list and you'll be contacted by the producer by end of day.
Update: October 11th 2013
Wow. We're so thankful for all the support and interest in the show! Remember Sunday October 27th is our Pay-What-You-Can-Day and Tickets are available at the door. Cash only please!
Check back often as we're still dealing with refunds and returned tickets. If you want to attend a rehearsal or meet Jordan Tannahill & Sheila Heti you can do so by checking out our Indiegogo Perks: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/all-our-happy-days-are-stupid-by-sheila-heti
Thank you, Stupid Happy Love from the cast and crew
All Our Happy Days Are Stupid
A play by Sheila Heti with songs by Dan Bejar
Directed by Jordan Tannahill
October 24 - November 3 (no performance October 28), 8pm
Video Fag 187 Augusta Ave, Toronto ON
Indie theatre company Suburban Beast is producing the long-anticpated world premiere of novelist Sheila Heti's debut play All Our Happy Days Are Stupid. The show will run from October 24 – November 3, 2013 at Videofag, director Jordan Tannahill's intimate Kensington Market storefront theatre. Featuring songs by acclaimed musician Dan Bejar (Destroyer), Set Designs by Rae Powell, and a cast of Sheila and Jordan's friends, this uproariously unwieldy new play is an irreverent and gut-punching critique of the pursuit of happiness.
The play's surreal narrative follows The Oddis and the Sings, two families on vacation in Paris, France. But far from the blissful respite they seek, their holidays become their undoing. Heti's struggle to write this infamously 'unproduceable' play over the past ten years is one of the central plot-lines in her internationally heralded novel How Should a Person Be?, which David Haglund of the New York Times called "Funny...odd, original, and nearly unclassifiable...unlike any novel I can think of."
$25/adults, $20/students and seniors
October 27 is Pay-What-You-Can at the door, one hour before show time.