A Spirit’s Face by Jeff D’Hondt
On now until June 14, 2014
“Jake” played by Cole Alvis “Hunter” played by Madison Walsh
From http://www.nativeearth.ca/a-spirits-face/
How screwed up can a social worker get? Can heartbreak be so painful that it changes our DNA? A Spirit’s Face removes the masks hiding our deepest scars, to answer these questions. Hunter Stowe, a gifted Aboriginal palliative care worker more comfortable with death than life, somehow connects with Jake Montour, a dorky Aboriginal addictions counsellor struggling with anxiety disorder.
It’s a miracle that two prickly, burned out professionals have found love; it’s a tragedy that they’ve found it while gene-altering trauma masks their happiness behind stories of woe. When a desperate Jake asks Hunter to breach her professional ethics, neither of them realize how two words will change them, all the way down to cell level: mask’s off.
This run will feature accessible performances for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. Click here for more information.
Evening Shows: $20 Previews/Matinees: $15 Discount Tickets: $10**discount applicable to students/ elders/ youth/ arts workers/ employees of social services, health service, or Aboriginal organizations with valid ID.
Visit the Spiderbones Performing Artswebsite or Facebook page
Audience Warning: coarse language; sexual and violent content.
TICKETS
Regular and discounted tickets are available online here. Purchases made online or by telephone are by credit card only. At the door payments accepted by cash, debit, VISA and Mastercard.
Box Office Telephone: 416-531-1402 Email: boxoffice[at]nativeearth.ca
More information on ticket pick-up here.

A Spirit’s Face
by Jeff D’Hondt

On now until June 14, 2014

“Jake” played by Cole Alvis
“Hunter” played by Madison Walsh

From http://www.nativeearth.ca/a-spirits-face/

How screwed up can a social worker get? Can heartbreak be so painful that it changes our DNA? A Spirit’s Face removes the masks hiding our deepest scars, to answer these questions. Hunter Stowe, a gifted Aboriginal palliative care worker more comfortable with death than life, somehow connects with Jake Montour, a dorky Aboriginal addictions counsellor struggling with anxiety disorder.

It’s a miracle that two prickly, burned out professionals have found love; it’s a tragedy that they’ve found it while gene-altering trauma masks their happiness behind stories of woe. When a desperate Jake asks Hunter to breach her professional ethics, neither of them realize how two words will change them, all the way down to cell level: mask’s off.

This run will feature accessible performances for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. Click here for more information.

Evening Shows: $20
Previews/Matinees: $15
Discount Tickets: $10*
*discount applicable to students/ elders/ youth/ arts workers/ employees of social services, health service, or Aboriginal organizations with valid ID.

Visit the Spiderbones Performing Arts
website or Facebook page

Audience Warning: coarse language; sexual and violent content.

TICKETS

Regular and discounted tickets are available online here.
Purchases made online or by telephone are by credit card only.
At the door payments accepted by cash, debit, VISA and Mastercard.

Box Office Telephone: 416-531-1402
Email: boxoffice[at]nativeearth.ca

More information on ticket pick-up here.

A Spirit’s Face by Jeff D’Hondt
On now until June 14, 2014
“Jake” played by Cole Alvis “Hunter” played by Madison Walsh
From http://www.nativeearth.ca/a-spirits-face/
How screwed up can a social worker get? Can heartbreak be so painful that it changes our DNA? A Spirit’s Face removes the masks hiding our deepest scars, to answer these questions. Hunter Stowe, a gifted Aboriginal palliative care worker more comfortable with death than life, somehow connects with Jake Montour, a dorky Aboriginal addictions counsellor struggling with anxiety disorder.
It’s a miracle that two prickly, burned out professionals have found love; it’s a tragedy that they’ve found it while gene-altering trauma masks their happiness behind stories of woe. When a desperate Jake asks Hunter to breach her professional ethics, neither of them realize how two words will change them, all the way down to cell level: mask’s off.
This run will feature accessible performances for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. Click here for more information.
Evening Shows: $20 Previews/Matinees: $15 Discount Tickets: $10**discount applicable to students/ elders/ youth/ arts workers/ employees of social services, health service, or Aboriginal organizations with valid ID.
Visit the Spiderbones Performing Artswebsite or Facebook page
Audience Warning: coarse language; sexual and violent content.
TICKETS
Regular and discounted tickets are available online here. Purchases made online or by telephone are by credit card only. At the door payments accepted by cash, debit, VISA and Mastercard.
Box Office Telephone: 416-531-1402 Email: boxoffice[at]nativeearth.ca
More information on ticket pick-up here.

A Spirit’s Face
by Jeff D’Hondt

On now until June 14, 2014

“Jake” played by Cole Alvis
“Hunter” played by Madison Walsh

From http://www.nativeearth.ca/a-spirits-face/

How screwed up can a social worker get? Can heartbreak be so painful that it changes our DNA? A Spirit’s Face removes the masks hiding our deepest scars, to answer these questions. Hunter Stowe, a gifted Aboriginal palliative care worker more comfortable with death than life, somehow connects with Jake Montour, a dorky Aboriginal addictions counsellor struggling with anxiety disorder.

It’s a miracle that two prickly, burned out professionals have found love; it’s a tragedy that they’ve found it while gene-altering trauma masks their happiness behind stories of woe. When a desperate Jake asks Hunter to breach her professional ethics, neither of them realize how two words will change them, all the way down to cell level: mask’s off.

This run will feature accessible performances for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. Click here for more information.

Evening Shows: $20
Previews/Matinees: $15
Discount Tickets: $10*
*discount applicable to students/ elders/ youth/ arts workers/ employees of social services, health service, or Aboriginal organizations with valid ID.

Visit the Spiderbones Performing Arts
website or Facebook page

Audience Warning: coarse language; sexual and violent content.

TICKETS

Regular and discounted tickets are available online here.
Purchases made online or by telephone are by credit card only.
At the door payments accepted by cash, debit, VISA and Mastercard.

Box Office Telephone: 416-531-1402
Email: boxoffice[at]nativeearth.ca

More information on ticket pick-up here.

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