This December 2017, Artistic Director Joel Ivany and Music Director Topher Mokrzewski collaborate with recent Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award winner, composer Kevin Lau, to bring Handel’s music—which evokes themes of abandonment, neglect and betrayal—into the present. In the wake of the world’s refugee crisis, this production will explore the current state of those displaced, dehumanized and mistreated, with texts and stories drawn from real-life news articles and world events. #AtGBound is the first workshop in a three-year “concept to realization” production, which launches this year.
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Doors open 1 hour before showtime. Rush line for non-ticket holders begins as early as 1 hour outside the venue. The performance begins at 8pm on Thursday, December 14 and Friday, December 15 (on Saturday, December 16, the shows begin at 6pm and 9pm).
Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. No reservations, except media seats. But, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 647-367-8943 if you have any special seating concerns or questions. Accessible seating is available, and the venue is wheel-chair friendly.
#AtGBound is sung in English, with a new English libretto by Joel Ivany. The performance is 1.5 hours with no intermission.
Graphic Design: Eitan Zohar. Illustration: Dmitry Bondarenko.