Play: Two Birds One Stone
Wednesday, May 3 - Saturday, May 13| $15
Two Birds One Stone is a fictionalized documentary play
presented as part of Why Not Theatre’s RISER Project
Rimah Jabr and Natasha Greenblatt meet in Toronto. Rimah was born a Palestinian Muslim. Natasha was born a Jewish Canadian. This is probably just an ordinary meeting between two women. But have they seen each other before? And do they both have a connection to the same house in Israel? Two Birds One Stone is a Fictional Documentary that investigates two women’s histories and the forces that push them through time and across continents to find each other. What is the truth about the stories we tell, and what do we wish would become fiction?
Tickets: $15 at BMO Incubator for Live Arts (1115 Queen Street West)
Wed May 3rd 7pm
Thurs May 4th 7pm
Fri May 5th 9:30pm
Sat May 6th 9:30pm
Mon May 8th 7pm
Tues May 9th 9:30pm
Wed May 10th 7pm
Thurs May 11th 9:30pm
Fri May 12th 7pm
Sat May 13th 9:30pm
Written and performed by Natasha Greenblatt and Rimah Jabr, with set/costumes/video design by Anahita Dehbonehie, dramaturgy by Guillermo Verdecchia
For RISER Project: Production management by Deborah Lim, lighting design by Jareth Li, publicity by FLIP Publicity (Carrie Sager), produced by Why Not Theatre (Ravi Jain, Owais Lightwala, Kelly Read).
Two Birds One Stone is presented as part of the RISER Project, a collaborative producing model by Why Not Theatre, with the generous support of the Toronto Arts Council and the Government of Canada. RISER senior partners for 2017 are Necessary Angel, Nightwood Theatre, fu-GEN Theatre, Modern Times and The Theatre Centre.
This event is being promoted on this site because it is of interest to the Beit Zatoun community. Please note that it is taking place at another Toronto venue.