SummerWorks is the largest juried and curated festival in Canada featuring predominantly New Canadian works. The Templeton Philharmonic will be remounting their site-specific production at the St. George The Martyr Church located at 205 John St. in Grange Park, just north of Queen.
AN EVENING IN JULY
DESCRIPTION: The year is 1972. Two wealthy and reclusive sisters prepare to host the biggest, most eccentric party of their lives... and audience members will be the guests. This show is an immersive and interactive dark comedy. Guests will be free to explore the set (consisting of the venue's lush outdoor garden, and a surreal 70's home), and grab a drink at the bar!
CREATED BY: Gwynne Phillips & Briana Templeton
CAST: Gwynne Phillips, Thom Stoneman & Briana Templeton
STAGE MANAGEMENT: Vanessa K. Purdy
DATES AND SHOWTIMES:
THURSDAY, AUG 6 – 8PM
FRIDAY, AUG 7 – 8PM
SATURDAY, AUG 8 – 4PM & 7PM*
SUNDAY, AUG 9 – 8PM
WEDNESDAY, AUG 12 – 8PM
THURSDAY, AUG 13 – 8PM
FRIDAY, AUG 14 – 8PM
SATURDAY, AUG 15 – 4PM & 7PM
SUNDAY, AUG 16 – 8PM
*Come in costume! Audience members are encouraged to wear fancy dress. Pull out your best 1970's OR surreal garden party garb. Think caftans, masks, and LOTS of costume jewellery.
TICKETS: $15.00 and available here.
Please note this show is 19+.