Humainologie and Swallow A Bicycle Theatre Presents
Dramatic content, recommended for ages 14 and up.
LABELLED - The Production, Film + Exhibit is a multi-media experience by Humainologie that explores the impact of the labels we ascribe to ourselves and others on our identity and relationships. The production includes a photography exhibit featuring 14 portraits of Calgarians who share their real stories about labels they have held and that may have defined, reduced or wounded them. Some portraits are accompanied by short audio stories. LABELLED also features a short film and a dance and theatre production (by Humainologie and Swallow A Bicycle Theatre).
Through story, metaphor and vignettes, the production questions the role of labels in our lives and, in particular, the way definition and judgment impact our identity, sense of self and relationships.
Dedicated to and in memory of Thomas Poulsen (1963 – 2017).
LABELLED is part of Calgary’s Empathy Week taking place June 1-7, 2017 ww.humainologie.com/empathyweek
MORE INFORMATION: www.humainologie.com/labelled
Low Income Tickets (part or whole subsidy of ticket cost) available upon request. Contact email@example.com before May 25, 2017.
Ideal for: Performances, , recitals, rehearsals, workshops, and receptions
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
Included: Fully customizable lighting; user-driven space with no technical support provided
Motel is an intimate, 50-seat black-box theatre located in the heart of downtown Calgary on the mezzanine level of Arts Commons, across the hall from One Yellow Rabbit's Big Secret Theatre. Instantly recognizable by its charming motel-style sign, Motel Theatre is the home of Downstage who curate the space as an affordable home for smaller theatre and performance companies in Calgary.
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