Studio 180 Theatre presents a work-in-progress public reading of The Right by Alison Lawrence as part of our Spring 2018 edition of Studio 180 IN DEVELOPMENT </a.
The Right is about the legally and morally murky world of medical assistance in dying. The passing of Bill C-14 hasn’t ended the controversy—if anything, it has intensified it. So what does that mean for someone who wants to die? Lawrence looks at one of the most contentious political issues in recent Canadian history through the lens of one family.
FEATURING Rebecca Aurbach, Trish Fagan, Allegra Fulton, Tom Hauff and Alana Hibbert
DIRECTED BY Studio 180's RBC Emerging Director Sarah Orenstein
FREE ADMISSION (Suggested donation $10)
Berkeley Street Theatre Rehearsal Hall
26 Berkeley Street, Toronto
Seating is limited, PLEASE RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT STUDIO 180 IN DEVELOPMENT
#180indev gives Canadian theatre creators a helping hand as they develop new works exploring provocative social and political issues. We provide creators the time, space and support required to bring burgeoning ideas to the stage. Our 2017/18 IN DEVELOPMENT playwrights are Paul Dunn, Cynthia Hicks, Alison Lawrence, Stephen Orlov, Amy Rutherford & Norman Yeung
The Right is the second of three public readings in our spring instalment. The first was Mortified by Amy Rutherford on Friday, April 13. The third and final reading is upcoming: Theory by Norman Yeung, Thursday, May 3, 7pm, at Tarragon Theatre.
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