Self Stories

in the Workspace

June 17, 7pm

 (Free admission)

The Workspace, Tarragon Theatre – 30 Bridgman Ave.

Director Philip McKee (16.17 Urjo Kareda Residency Recipient at the Tarragon Theatre) has been collaborating with artists Karyn Dwyer, Rita Lianga, Elissa Timothy, Ruby Urlocker, Feaghan Williams, and Lorene Stanwick (also co-directing) who are all members of Workman Arts. They have created 6 original performance works, inspired by personal experiences. Each piece is approximately 10 minutes long, and performed by the creator.

We invite you to attend our free public sharing on Saturday, June 17 at 7pm.

Workman Arts is an arts and mental health organization currently celebrating its 30th year. It offers free multi-disciplinary art training, studio space and professional presentation opportunities for over 300 artists with lived experience of mental health and addiction issues.

Workman Arts also has on-going visual art shows displayed in the lobby at the Tarragon as part of its’ Art Sales & Rental program! For information on how to purchase or rent work, contact
(100% of each sale goes directly to artists with lived experience).