May 3 & 4, 2013
The series strives to offer emerging female theatre practitioners opportunities to showcase their work and to supply the mentorship and development that is required to bring commanding and arresting female voices to the forefront of Canadian culture.
APN is pleased to be co-presenting the following events:
Girls Gone Wilde Cabaret
May 3 & 4, 2013 9:30PM
$15 at the door
A two-night cabaret of short pieces written about women, by women. Adjudicated and produced by the Urban Curvz Staff and dramaturgically supported by APN.
Exia by Meg Braem
May 4, 2013 3:30PM
A public reading co-presented by APN and Urban Curvz
Admission by donation
Exia-from the word Orexia, the Greek word for appetite, is a story about the human hunger for blood, revenge, food, sex and love. Using the texts of Aeschylus’ The Oresteia and Sophocles’ Electra as a jumping off point, this is the untold story of Chrysothemis, the lost daughter in the house of Atreus. Exia uses a contemporary intimacy to explore the heightened, primal emotions central to ancient Greek drama.
Please visit urbancurvz.com/seasons/2012-2013/the-riveter-series/girls-gone-wilde for complete series listings