Residency Showing: What It's Like (Heidi Strauss/Adelheid)

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The Theatre Centre Residency Showing: Heidi Strauss/adelheid
July 9th, Saturday 6:00PM (RSVP Required)
July 10th, Sunday 2:00PM (RSVP Required)
Duration: 85 minutes

Join us for a showing of 'what it's like’, a work in development by Heidi Strauss as a part of The Theatre Centre's residency program. 'what it’s like' uses brotherhood to consider personal, situational and systemic engagement. We are interested in inviting people into the July workshop to be both an audience and share their experience of the work. Intrinsic to what it’s like’s development is understanding how it interacts with it’s audiences.

'what it’s like' artists: Michael Caldwell, Luke Garwood, Naishi Wang, Alana Elmer, Julie Fox, Fides Krucker, Jeremy Mimnagh, Simon Rossiter

This event is FREE and open to the public. RSVP confirmation is required to attend as capacity is limited for this event. Please RSVP to

The Theatre Centre is a fully accessible venue. Please contact us at 416-538-0988 if you have specific accessibility needs.

LOCATION: 1115 Queen Street West
(Queen & Lisgar, 1 block west of Dovercourt)

About The Theatre Centre:

Residency is a two-year program designed to support artists in developing new work. Showings are an opportunity for our Residency artists to share their work during development and to embrace the dialogue that emerges as part of the creative process. Stay tuned for more Residency showings coming soon.

Current Residency artists are Jess Dobkin, Ian Kamau, Secret Lives of Mothers (Hannah Moscovitch, Maev Beaty, Tova Smith & Ann-Marie Kerr), Heidi Strauss/adelheid, Dan Watson & Christina Serra, and Suvendrini Lena. To find out more about our program and the residency artists, click here:
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To find out more about Heidi Strauss check out her website:

Photo of Naishi Wang by Jeremy Mimnagh/
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By: The Theatre Centre