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New Play Development Series

Home Theatre Productions Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic Home Theatre Productions has been working with three emerging Canadian playwrights to develop scripts to be presented to the public. We are now ready to present these scripts to the public, and we would love to see you there! Over the course of the day on September 25, all three plays will be given public readings! Help support the future of Canadian theatre by being part of the audience and giving the playwrights feedback on their work. Potion Ethics “Potion Ethics” by Emily Stuchbery, is a comedy focused on themes of sexual consent in an intergenerational context. The play follows a family of witches during a time of heightened tension in the witch community. As the local witches coven debates the ethics of selling love potions, the witches must decide for themselves what they value as a family, and what the concept of sexual and romantic “consent” really entails. Family Friendly English Latecomers throughout Grow Up “Grow Up” by Paul Drotos, is a far more tragic story. The play follows a group of teens as they hide in a bunker from the outside world. The “outside world” consists of adults who turn into zombies as they come of age. The play works within post-apocalyptic story tropes in many ways to encourage the audience to question what the concept of “life” really means. 12+ English Latecomers throughout Four Aloof Sleuths “Four Aloof Sleuths” by Vitta Morales, is a detective story set in Montreal in the 1990s. Within the bounds of this genre, it tackles issues such as police corruption, the concept of justice, and asks the audience to question preconceived notions of what being in a developed nation like Canada really means. 12+ English Latecomers throughout hometheatreproductions.com/ Facebook Instagram

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Here Be Dragons

Home Theatre Productions Sixteen years after her kingdom was invaded by three evil witches, a princess seeks out an enchanted sword that may help her save her people. Accompanied by a foppish bard and a stubborn mercenary, Princess Thea faces many trials and obstacles on her quest to defeat the wicked sisters Morgana, Morgaine, and Morgause. The path will not be easy, and she must travel to the most dangerous reaches of the kingdom – areas marked on her map with a warning: Here Be Dragons. Directed by Steven Greenwood Produced by Cheyenne Cranston Stage Managed by Emily Stuchbery Designs by Lucas Amato and Christopher Wardell Featuring: Lucas Amato Joel Bernstein Natalie Demmon Camila Fitzgibbon Gretel Kahn Maya Lewis Darragh Mondoux English Latecomers throughout hometheatreproductions.com/ Facebook Instagram

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VERTIGE 3030

Théâtre Sous Pression "Sitting on the edge of the cliff, your feet dangling in the air, you can't move. Inside, you are panicking, you are afraid, it's turning in all directions. Outside, you stand still and time continues its work. Little by little, the soil is eroding under your feet." VERTIGE 3030 is a two-part show combining theater and dance. We approach the subject of climate crisis through the rage, anxiety and grief of the insomniacs caught in a world on the brink of collapse. Mise en scène et texte par Catherine Nguyen Chorégraphie par Alexandre Jolicoeur Direction technique et direction de production par Varnen Pareanan Conception sonore et technicien au rétroprojecteur, Félix Robitaille Conception costume et accessoire par Sarah Cliche Conception lumière par Daphnée Laramée Coco et voix de Pierre par Alexis Tremblay Lionel par Benoît Isabelle Danseur 1 par Marianne Mercier-Dulac Danseur 2 par Song Wang Voix de Lydia par Stella Lemaine Voix de la Narratrice par Laurence Pion French No Latecomers theatresouspression.com Facebook Instagram #VERTIGE3030 #V3030 #Vertige3030

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New Play Development Series

Home Theatre Productions Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic Home Theatre Productions has been working with three emerging Canadian playwrights to develop scripts to be presented to the public. We are now ready to present these scripts to the public, and we would love to see you there! Over the course of the day on September 25, all three plays will be given public readings! Help support the future of Canadian theatre by being part of the audience and giving the playwrights feedback on their work. Potion Ethics “Potion Ethics” by Emily Stuchbery, is a comedy focused on themes of sexual consent in an intergenerational context. The play follows a family of witches during a time of heightened tension in the witch community. As the local witches coven debates the ethics of selling love potions, the witches must decide for themselves what they value as a family, and what the concept of sexual and romantic “consent” really entails. Family Friendly English Latecomers throughout Grow Up “Grow Up” by Paul Drotos, is a far more tragic story. The play follows a group of teens as they hide in a bunker from the outside world. The “outside world” consists of adults who turn into zombies as they come of age. The play works within post-apocalyptic story tropes in many ways to encourage the audience to question what the concept of “life” really means. 12+ English Latecomers throughout Four Aloof Sleuths “Four Aloof Sleuths” by Vitta Morales, is a detective story set in Montreal in the 1990s. Within the bounds of this genre, it tackles issues such as police corruption, the concept of justice, and asks the audience to question preconceived notions of what being in a developed nation like Canada really means. 12+ English Latecomers throughout hometheatreproductions.com/ Facebook Instagram

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Here Be Dragons

Home Theatre Productions Sixteen years after her kingdom was invaded by three evil witches, a princess seeks out an enchanted sword that may help her save her people. Accompanied by a foppish bard and a stubborn mercenary, Princess Thea faces many trials and obstacles on her quest to defeat the wicked sisters Morgana, Morgaine, and Morgause. The path will not be easy, and she must travel to the most dangerous reaches of the kingdom – areas marked on her map with a warning: Here Be Dragons. Directed by Steven Greenwood Produced by Cheyenne Cranston Stage Managed by Emily Stuchbery Designs by Lucas Amato and Christopher Wardell Featuring: Lucas Amato Joel Bernstein Natalie Demmon Camila Fitzgibbon Gretel Kahn Maya Lewis Darragh Mondoux English Latecomers throughout hometheatreproductions.com/ Facebook Instagram

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VERTIGE 3030

Théâtre Sous Pression "Sitting on the edge of the cliff, your feet dangling in the air, you can't move. Inside, you are panicking, you are afraid, it's turning in all directions. Outside, you stand still and time continues its work. Little by little, the soil is eroding under your feet." VERTIGE 3030 is a two-part show combining theater and dance. We approach the subject of climate crisis through the rage, anxiety and grief of the insomniacs caught in a world on the brink of collapse. Mise en scène et texte par Catherine Nguyen Chorégraphie par Alexandre Jolicoeur Direction technique et direction de production par Varnen Pareanan Conception sonore et technicien au rétroprojecteur, Félix Robitaille Conception costume et accessoire par Sarah Cliche Conception lumière par Daphnée Laramée Coco et voix de Pierre par Alexis Tremblay Lionel par Benoît Isabelle Danseur 1 par Marianne Mercier-Dulac Danseur 2 par Song Wang Voix de Lydia par Stella Lemaine Voix de la Narratrice par Laurence Pion French No Latecomers theatresouspression.com Facebook Instagram #VERTIGE3030 #V3030 #Vertige3030

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