The Red/White Project is a new event presented by the 3290 and 4290 Playwriting and New Play Dramaturgy classes at York University, and has been created as an alternative to the former Telling Tales Out of School presentations.
Each dramaturg has researched and conducted an in-class presentation on an aspect of the colour red (for the 3290 dramaturgs) or white (for the 4290 dramaturgs). The playwrights have then selected a fact, story, object, or image associated with one of these aspects and used it as inspiration for the creation of a monodrama. These monodramas have been developed over the course of the year with the guidance of Judith Rudakoff, the course director, and the class dramaturgs.
While admission to this event is free, we will be collecting voluntary donations for Oxfam Unwrapped, an online charity from which we will be purchasing life-changing resources for communities worldwide.
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE:
3290 CLASS DRAMATURGS:
3290 CLASS PLAYWRIGHTS:
4290 CLASS DRAMATURGS:
4290 CLASS PLAYWRIGHTS:
3290 AND 4290 COURSE DIRECTOR:
Sun. Jan. 13th, 2019 at 1:00 PM
Joseph G. Green Studio Theatre
Centre for Film and Theatre, York University
Transit: Take Line One to York University Station. The Centre for Film and Theatre is directly to the south of the subway station.
Map (see building #38): http://maps.info.yorku.ca/files/2013/02/KEELE_Map_Colour.pdf
Please note that some of the monodramas presented at this event contain coarse language and mature subject matter. This event may not be suitable for young children.