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Slave Island | Turner Studio Theatre

November 15 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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An event every day that begins at 7:30 pm, repeating until November 17, 2019

Bishop's University Drama Department New English translation by Justin A. Blum. Directed by Gabrielle Houle. Slave Island is a one-act play that questions social order and mocks human vices using light comedy, a utopian setting, and the beloved characters of the Commedia dell’Arte. First performed in 1725 by the famed Italian Comedy in Paris it was later called a “little jewel” by Beaumarchais, the author of the Figaro Plays and a contemporary of Marivaux. November 13 - 17 at 7:30…

Menopause The Musical | One Show Only!

November 16 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Smash Hit – Comes to Sherbrooke!   Centennial Theatre, Bishop’s University (how to get there) Tickets (services charges may apply) 819-822-9692 or ONLINE $45 – Side Orchestra | $50 – Centre Orchestra

Slave Island | Turner Studio Theatre

November 16 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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An event every day that begins at 7:30 pm, repeating until November 17, 2019

Bishop's University Drama Department New English translation by Justin A. Blum. Directed by Gabrielle Houle. Slave Island is a one-act play that questions social order and mocks human vices using light comedy, a utopian setting, and the beloved characters of the Commedia dell’Arte. First performed in 1725 by the famed Italian Comedy in Paris it was later called a “little jewel” by Beaumarchais, the author of the Figaro Plays and a contemporary of Marivaux. November 13 - 17 at 7:30…

Slave Island | Turner Studio Theatre

November 17 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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An event every day that begins at 7:30 pm, repeating until November 17, 2019

Bishop's University Drama Department New English translation by Justin A. Blum. Directed by Gabrielle Houle. Slave Island is a one-act play that questions social order and mocks human vices using light comedy, a utopian setting, and the beloved characters of the Commedia dell’Arte. First performed in 1725 by the famed Italian Comedy in Paris it was later called a “little jewel” by Beaumarchais, the author of the Figaro Plays and a contemporary of Marivaux. November 13 - 17 at 7:30…

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