Big Secret Theatre
by Morris Panych
“Let’s do something vital for a change.
…Something we can really put our loins into.”
Six musicians are trapped in a motel during a snowstorm. Let the sexual games begin! From the brilliant mind of Canada’s favorite playwright, Morris Panych, comes this dark new comedy about the musicality of love, lust, and full moons.
Directed by Jamie Dunsdon
Featuring Paul Welch, Anna Cummer, Curt McKinstry, Lara Schmitz, Tenaj Williams, and Stafford Perry
“The best script Morris Panych has ever written.”
“Sextet is the best new play this year. If you’ve been holding onto that bottle of vintage champagne for a worthy theatrical occasion, then uncork it now.”
– Richard Ouzounian, Toronto Star
“Sextet contrasts the beautiful mess of sex, love and selfhood with the intricacies and intimacy of chamber music. Let your night be transfigured by this delightful, intelligent farce which will tug at your heartstrings.”
Ideal for: Performances, lectures, workshops
Capacity: 190 – Theatre-style seating
Accessibility: Theatre seating includes wheelchair accessible seats
Included: customizable theatre lighting and A/V options, event planning support
The Big Secret Theatre is not a secret anymore and at one point it wasn't even a theatre! The space, hidden away on the +15 level of Arts Commons was originally designed to function as a lounge. In 1987, One Yellow Rabbit Performance Theatre approached Arts Commons seeking space and the lounge space was leased to them on a trial basis. Today the company calls the Big Secret Theatre their permanent home.
This venue has limited rental dates, to inquire about renting this space, please contact Joshua Dalledonne at firstname.lastname@example.org or 403.264.3224, enter 3, ext. 2
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