The Student Body Project

Details
Date:

May 19

Time:

01:00 pm - 03:00 pm

Event Category:

Downtown Events

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Venue

Cre8ery gallery & studio

125 Adelaide Street

Winnipeg, MB, Canada, R3A 0W4

Student Body, a play by Frank Winters, returns to Winnipeg with Beau Theatre Co. in a new iteration, combining theatre with art and drag to address consent and sexual assault on campuses. When ten college students meet in an empty theatre under mysterious circumstances, values will be questioned to create a discussion of loyalty, responsibility and morality.

In partnership with Drag in the Peg, a different drag performer will take to the stage before each performance with a number inspired by their own interpretation of the play’s themes, morals and issues.

Writer: Frank Winters
Director: Sami Desiree
Co-Director and Stage Manager: Matthew Paris-Irvine
Production Assistant: Alicia Coulson
Company Consultant: Rob Kwade

Starring:
Alicia Coulson
Dryden Dilts
Cora Fast
Alexandra Gerow
Sara Groleau
Graeme Houssin
Sarah Struthers
Emma Welham
Amber Westra
Alex Wittering

With feature drag performances by:
Miss Gender (Thursday)
Dirt (Friday)
Moxie Cotton (Saturday)
Frankie Finger von Fünke (Sunday matinee)
Stara David (Sunday evening)

CW: In-depth discussion of sexual assault, swearing

Doors open at 7pm
Drag performance at 7:30 pm
Play begins at 8pm

Come early to enjoy Cre8ery’s art exhibit! Runtime is approximately 50 minutes with no intermissions. Tickets are $15 in advance, available through beautheatreco.com. Seating is very limited, so we highly advise buying online! Cre8ery Gallery and Studio is located on the 2nd floor of 125 Adelaide Street, and up a flight of stairs. For our Friday night show, we will have access to 125 Adelaide’s elevator, and can assist any guests faced with barriers to accessibility.

“Timely and compelling” – Jen Zoratti, 4-star review, Winnipeg Free Press for 2017 Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival production by Beau Theatre Co.

“Relevant and unreleventing … bound to be a conversation starter” – Michael Hartung, Theeasy.com for 2015 Flea Theatre production

“Eye-opening, jaw-dropping and thought-provoking” – David Winkelstern, City Pulse for 2019 Lansing Community College Performing Arts production

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