The Carleton University Art Gallery will host a production of the play Trans-Script. The performance will be followed by a moderated talk with the cast, director and audience.
When: Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016 at 7 p.m.
Where: Carleton University Art Gallery, St. Patrick’s Building, Carleton University
Info: Admission is free and open to the public; attendees are encouraged to pay what they can.
Trans-Script is an original play that tells the story of six people as a decision is made by one of the characters to transition. Other characters involved are a professor, a parent, a partner, a sibling and a friend. Based on real stories, Trans-Script follows the small group of characters over the course of a few months as they adapt to changes and find new truths about themselves. It is documentary theatre with character, plot, drama and humour.
The play, by Rosemary Nolan and Eleanor Crowder, was developed in Faith and Arts Ottawa workshops. It is the fourth annual Faith and Arts Ottawa theatre production since The god Monologues in 2013. For further information please contact Tom Sherwood at Tom.Sherwood@carleton.ca.
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