Details:


Based on the folklore written by Alexander Afanasyev
Created and Artistically Led by Joe Pagnan
Movement Directed by Clarke Blair
Composition by Richard Lam
Narrated by Glynis Ranney

Dates: October 1-3, 2021 at various times
Venue: Location in Barrie to be announced at a later date.

Summary:

WORLD PREMIERE

Walk into the woods to retrace steps taken by a heroine of Russian folktales. Find out What She Burned this fall in an immersive installation using mid-century bootlegging techniques, fused with modern augmented-reality technology. Inspired by a children’s story about a young woman facing an evil witch in the woods, this piece has dark elements and is experienced in intimate groups of no more than four.

Maximum audience capacity per performance: 2 or up to 4 if in the same bubble – please email admin@tift.ca to add guests to your reservation.

Multiple viewings are available throughout the day of the performance.

If your performance is full, please email boxoffice@tift.ca to be added to the waiting list.

Running time: 30 Minutes

 

Admission is FREE!

 

FREE ADMISSION POLICY

A security charge of $0.01 CAD is required to validate booking. Patrons can cancel or reschedule up to 4 hours before the performance without charge. Please email admin@tift.ca to make any changes.

In the event a patron fails to cancel or make alternate changes and does not attend the performance, a $25.00 charge will be applied per ticket to the patron’s credit card. This charge will be used as a donation to the theatre and a tax receipt will be issued.

Limit: 2 tickets per performance and 24 tickets per order.


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