Drug Huggers And The Bathtub Girls

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Then They Fight Theatre says
A THEN SPEAK DOUBLE BILL OF

DRUG HUGGERS by Maddie Bautista and Chris Cruz
and
THE BATHTUB GIRLS by Natalia Bushnik and Robin Luckwaldt Ross

April 29th - 7 PM
April 30th - 2 PM

TICKETS: $15
Tickets can be purchased at: druggirls.bpt.me
Venue: Ernest Balmer Studio, 9 Trinity, Suite 315 (Distillery District)
Limited seating

DRUG HUGGERS (Community is my political identity)

Drug Huggers follows two Filipino-Torontonians as they spin a theatrical mixtape on President Duterte’s War on Drugs. Join their messy unraveling of the Philippines’ rampant corruption, rise of the populist movement, and polarizing political identities - while juggling their privilege of being Canadian and getting ‘woke.’ It’s Canada 150 - WAKE UP.

Creators/Performers:
Maddie Bautista
Christopher Cruz

Lighting Design:
Jason Thomson

Sound Designer:
Jessie Solomon

Lighting Operator:
Andra Legault

Outside Eye:
Aaron Jan

THE BATHTUB GIRLS (Community is control of my Assimilation)

There’ll be no sleep ‘til the story’s done. An Older, a Younger, and the haunting. Three women search for belonging, and ultimately destroy their family. A fiction based on the first known case of sibling matricide in Canada; 2003, Mississauga, ON. Winner of the 2016 Hamilton Fringe Critics’ Choice Award.

Creators/Performers:
Natalia Bushnik
Robin Luckwaldt Ross

Lighting Operator:
Andra Legault

Lighting Design:
Jason Thomson

Sound Design:
Natalia Bushnik
Robin Luckwaldt Ross
Steve Dillon

Dramaturg:
Aaron Jan

Development of The Bathtub Girls was funded by an OAC theatre creator's reserve grant as recommended by Volcano Theatre.


The Then Speak Series:
A celebration of Canada's 150th anniversary through development of seven new Canadian works from seven diverse artists/collectives all in response to the prompt: “What is Community?”


Then They Fight Theatre
"Grounded in falling forward. It's about collaboration. Iterative design. and the work of art as a living entity" - Sewer Lid.
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