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Drunk On Fiction is a journey, a quest, a mission, an adventure and an escape. This new work for six dance artists is an examination of the powerfully addictive world of fiction and fantasy. Recycled plots, clichés and storylines that we see over and over again keep us yearning to escape from the mundanity of our lives. Drunk On Fiction dramatizes the personal stories of the performers to create a fictional version of themselves. These newly formed 'characters' model those we often see in both popular science fiction and fantasy. However this is only the beginning, the starting point of the adventure. This bold and theatrical new dance work takes audiences on an emotional and imaginative journey. It reveals and speaks to the struggle for survival and purpose that we as humans, continue to battle with each day. In a way, we have all been heroes or villains at one point in our own lives. We are constantly starring in our own sagas, sequels and trilogies. Drunk On Fiction runs wild. It chases and fights it's way through worlds of fiction, to find its way to fact. -Riley Sims

DRUNK ON FICTION February 8-11 @ 8pm Arts & Letters Club, 14 Elm St THE GROWL REVIVAL pre-show gala reception on opening night*, 6:30-7:30pm - Hosted by CTV's Todd van der Heyden, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, performances by Blunt Chunks, Michael Caldwell and more! Friday's performance is followed by a moderated discussion Saturday's performance is followed by a catered reception Tickets: Limited Seating, please purchase tickets in advance $20-$25, available for purchase online below, or with cash only payment at the door *$45, THE GROWL REVIVAL opening night pre-show Gala reception 6:30pm (a limited number of regular priced 'show only' tickets are available) Featuring: Social Growl Dance, choreographer: Riley Sims Performances by: Jean-Benoit Labrecque, Jolyane Langlois, Ana Groppler, Geneviève Robitaille, Kay Kenney, Sébastien Provencher Music composed by: Caitlin Woelfle - O'Brien (Blunt Chunks) Outside Eye and Mentor: Tedd Robinson Lighting Design: Fraser Mackinnon Stage Management: A.J. Morra


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