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The Department of Communication Arts produces a series of performances each year created by faculty, students, and visiting artists. Performances are open to the public. Please join us!

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TomorrowLove  |  The Eco Project


Grey and white graphic for Tomorrow Love posterPerformances: November 14 - 17, 2018

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Matinees: November 14 & 15 at 12 p.m.

Venue: Theatre of the Arts, Modern Languages Building

Tickets: $15 General / $10 Students and Seniors / $5 eyeGO

Box Office: 519-888-4908 or purchase at the door

TomorrowLove was written in 2015, by Rosamund Small, a Toronto-based playwright who has had great success as a playwright and is only in her 20’s.  Rosamund states the play is ”about love and set in many different versions in the very near future, where one piece of amazing technology exists.  It’s about exploring different relationships and how this one thing activates change in the way that two people relate to each other. Sometimes it ends up bringing people closer together and sometimes it pushes them further apart.”

A unique feature of TomorrowLove, is that it is a big play comprised of numerous thematically linked playlets (as opposed to a series of scenes as in most plays).  Additionally, the characters aren’t written with ascribed genders or race, so guest director Andrea Donaldson, will get to choose which actor to have in any given scene, and different meanings can arise from the choices she makes.  Originally staged as an immersive theatrical experience we have chosen only 7 of the 15 possible playlets and are staging them on our thrust stage.

Millennials, who already have an intense relationship with technology, will connect with these conceivable worlds.  TomorrowLove is a truly contemporary play that allows us to meditate on the possibilities and dangers technology introduces into love and relationships in the twenty-first century.   

The Eco Project: How On Earth Do We Live?

Green graphic poster image for The Eco projectWritten by: Robert Plowman

Directed & Devised by: Andy Houston

Performances: March 14 - 17th, 2019

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Venue: Hagey Hall Studio 180

Tickets: $10 / $5 eyeGO

Box Office: 519-888-4908 or purchase at the door 

The Ecology Project is a multi-media, immersive, devised performance focusing on ecology in a time of ecological crisis.  This performance is the development of a research and creation process that had its roots in a Performance Creation course taught by Andy Houston in Winter 2018.

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