Sunday, July 27, 2008

Phoenix Theatre New Production: Couldnʼt We Be

Poster: Couldnʼt We Be: true love...true art...true story: New Production of PHOENIX TheatrePoster: New Production of "PHOENIX - Cultural Diversity Theatre" Couldnʼt We Be
true love...true art...true story
Dear Friends,

I am happy to invite you to the new production of "PHOENIX - Cultural Diversity Theatre" called Couldnʼt We Be.
I'm co-producing it with Peter Nelson, a member of Canadian Actorsʼ Equity Association, and I will be very pleased to see you there.

The plot is based on a true story: two artistic souls run across each other in the contemporary world of pragmatic indifference. Only she is the only child of two well-settled and practically oriented parents, who have anticipated a certain life path for her, while he is a 40 years old recent newcomer to Canada, an actor with poor English and no prospects for the future.

Come and see where it takes the two maverick souls and how the story ends.

Written by: Vladimir Milman (Toronto, Canada)
Directed by: Art Babayants (Moscow, Russia)
Starring: Marie Carriere Gleason, Jane Milman, Peter Nelson and Philip Soiffer

Dates/Times: Saturday, July 26 at 4 and 7 PM;
Sunday, July 27 at 2 (PWYC) and 6 PM

Location: Palmerston Library Theatre
560 Palmerston Avenue, Toronto, ON
in front of the Bathurst Subway station (exit to Markham road)
Municipal parking is available.

Tickets: $20, students/seniors - $15;
can be ordered in advanced and/or picked up at the door

See you there.

Yours,

Vladimir Milman
Information:
416-978-1671
416-633-7720
vmilman@oisa.utoronto.ca

1 comment:

olga said...

link:

livewithculture.ca:Couldn't We Be

Presented by: Phoenix Cultural Diversity Theatre

Couldn't We Be: two artistic maverick souls...

Drama (and ballroom dance): Artistic souls. She is well-settled, 19. He is 40, no prospects for the future...

The plot of our currently running play is based on a true story: two artistic souls run across each other in the contemporary world of pragmatic indifference. She is the only child of two well-settled and practically oriented parents, who have anticipated a certain life path for her, while he is a 40 years old recent newcomer to Canada, an actor with poor English and no prospects for the future. As the story develops, we can see where this takes the two maverick souls.

PHOENIX - Cultural Diversity Theatre was founded in 2002. Our goal is to explore other cultures, to learn from them and to contribute treasures from our own. This determines our repertoire.

All cultures share the languages of music, dance, humour and compassion; so, taking the famous Tairov approach to theatre, we try to combine and synthesize these elements in each production.

Theatre Accessible
Starts: Jul 26, 2008
Ends: Jul 27, 2008
At: Palmerston Library Theatre, Bathurst & Bloor, [view map]
Neighborhood: Downtown
Playing: Saturday, Sunday
Language: English
Times: Sat 4 pm and 7 pm, Sun 2 pm and 6 pm
Cost: $20, Seniors/Students $15, on Sunday at 2 pm PWYC
Tickets: vmilman@oise.utoronto.ca

For more information contact: Vladimir Milman
Phone: 416-978-1671
Email: vmilman@oise.utoronto.ca
Web site: www.torontobest.net/phoenix