Chipped Off Performance Collective presents: wasteAWAY

5 Jun

Image is a poster for the event, Chipped Off Performance Collective Presents wasteAWAY. See below for event details.

[Image is a poster for the event, Chipped Off Performance Collective Presents wasteAWAY. See below for all event details]

WHAT: Start talking trash with Chipped Off’s latest creation ‘wasteAWAY’! Bringing together an eclectic collection of local artists, presenters, and performers, the show weaves together a tapestry of ideas around the central theme of ‘waste’. Approaching this subject from a multiplicity of angles, the final product is a profound piece of art meant to incite audiences into rethinking their relationship to all things waste — in whatever form that may take.

WHEN: June 4, 5, 6 @ 8pm
WHERE:The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts
$10 or PWYC
Tickets may be purchased at the door

Chipped Off is committed to building an inclusive arts community with accessible services and facilities that respect the dignity and independence of persons with disabilities. The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts is accessible to persons with mobility issues or wheelchair users. 

Because centre is a relatively new building, it may not be accessible to persons with environmental or chemical sensitivities. 

The performance is available in an accessible format and/or with appropriate communication supports including an ASL-English interpreter, upon request. Please contact us at chippedofftheatre@gmail.com by May 22nd so that we can make the necessary arrangements.Start talking trash with Chipped Off’s latest creation ‘wasteAWAY’! Bringing together an eclectic collection of local artists, presenters, and performers, the show weaves together a tapestry of ideas around the central theme of ‘waste’. Approaching this subject from a multiplicity of angles, the final product is a profound piece of art meant to incite audiences into rethinking their relationship to all things waste — in whatever form that may take.

ABOUT CHIPPED OFF: Established in May of 2012, Chipped Off Performance Collective is director/ Queen’s Professor Kim Renders; Queen’s Cultural Studies PhD Student and playwright, Dan Vena; cultural producer Robin McDonald, Queen’s Cultural Studies PhD Student.

Chipped Off Performance Collective believes in the power of art and performance to surprise, enlighten, provoke, astonish, challenge and change. We are committed to presenting work that speaks to the needs and concerns of underrepresented or marginalized communities in Kingston. Embracing a feminist and queer perspective at all times, Chipped Off Performance Collective works to grow and diversify the range of local artistic, cultural, and theatrical production available to Kingston audiences.

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