Clark and I Somewhere in Connecticut

Just off the heals of the magical Haircuts by Children, Curtain Razors is back with another Movable Feast - Clark and I Somewhere in Connecticut. April 1 + 2, 2010 at 7:30pm performed at the MacKenzie Art Gallery, Shumiatcher Theatre.


Clark and I Somewhere in Connecticut

by Rumble Productions and Theatre Replacement


Created by Cande Andrade, Owen Belton, Camille Gingras, Craig Hall, James Long, Anita Rochon, Jonathan Ryder and Maiko BaeYamamoto. Clark and I Somewhere in Connecticut is one of the most notorious theatre pieces to come out of Vancouver in recent memory.In the summer of 2005 James Long salvaged seven photo albums and travel journals from an alley near his East Vancouver home. The collection, complete with detailed captions and letters, documents a family's history between 1950 and 1987, and includes everything from birth notices to a full eulogy for the archivist's Toy Pomeranian, Mandy. Two years later, a team of collaborators traveled in search of the origins of these books, and ran into some serious questions surrounding the legality and morality of working with found materials. This encore presentation is a part of the show's current Western Canadian tour.



$20/person ($15 for seniors and $12 for students) Group rates are available.

To purchase tickets, stop by Mysteria Gallery ( 2706 13th Avenue, Regina) or call 522-0080.


Performances at the MacKenzie Art Gallery:

April 1st at 7:30 pm followed by the opening reception

April 2nd at 7:30 pm

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