Flipside Festival + Tales from the Flipside
March 8-11, 2012
167 Augusta Ave (Toronto)
For the past six months, members of Carlos Bulosan Theatre’s Play Creation Unit - Meesha Albano, Jo SiMalaya Alcampo, Darrel Gamotin, and Flerida Peña - have been led by Director of Play Creation, Marjorie Chan to develop their writing as emerging professional playwrights.
They are proud to share their work at Tales from the Flipside - CBT’s 11th annual showcase of emerging professional Filipino-Canadian playwrights & theatre artists:
March 8th at 8PM
Oh Comely by Darrel Gamotin. Directed by Nina Lee Aquino
All the lovely moments of a family dissolve into the realities of a six year old named Sascha.
She has seen the ugliness of love. She thinks it’s lovely.
March 9th at 8PM
Icosagon Dreams by Flerida Peña. Directed by Autumn Smith
Love: From all sides, on all sides.
March 10th at 8PM
Hilot Means Healer by Jo SiMalaya Alcampo. Directed by Marjorie Chan
A Filipino family attempts to heal soul wounds that cut across generations.
March 11th at 2PM
Transit Diaries by Meesha Albano. Directed by Ruth Madoc-Jones
Cross the yellow line, look up, fall in love and don’t forget your transfer.
Theatre tickets are Pay-What-You-Can at the door. There is limited seating so please arrive on time.
We regret that this is not a wheelchair accessible space.
MORE INFO: carlosbulosan.wordpress.com