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bread @ The Happening
Fri, 5 May 2017, 3:30 PM – 4:00 PM EDT
It’s Seth and Ruby’s last day in the neighbourhood before they move away. For ever. They have invited some of their best friends into the Parkdale Food Centre kitchen to share their love of bread making. So roll up your sleeves, put on an apron, and get ready to bake. An exciting 20-minute interactive theatre piece that invites you to make and bake a small loaf of bread*.
No experience required. Families welcome. Space is limited. One ticket per participant. No registration is required for children 8 years old and under, but they must be accompanied by an adult who has registerd for the performance.
*Your freshly baked loaf of bread will be available for pick up approximately 40 minutes after the performance.
created by: THUNK!theatre, Karen Balcome & Geoff McBride
directed by: Emily Pearlman stage managed by: Jess Preece
THUNK!theatre's bread is part of AOE Arts Council’s Neighbourhood Arts 150, an official Canada 150 and Ontario 150 community-engaged arts project.
Twelve local professional artists and arts groups are joining communities from all corners of Ottawa for Canada’s 150th birthday. Ottawans are invited to participate in free arts experiences from April to October to celebrate their communities and express what it means to be Canadian.
To get involved, follow us [@150ArtsOttawa #150ArtsOttawa www.150ArtsOttawa.ca]
Neighbourhood Arts 150: Celebrating Ottawa Communities is supported by Funders: Canada 150, Ontario 150; and Partner: Ottawa 2017
AOE Arts Council strongly believes that the Arts are catalysts to help build strong communities and amplify diverse voices. AOE Arts Council is a dynamic, bilingual arts service organization with a 30-year history of engaging Ottawa’s artists and performers with the community.