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It Goes On

Passionfool Theatre presents:

It Goes On

Three short plays by Justin Quesnelle

November 29 – December 1, 2018 

In 2017 Justin Quesnelle developed and presented 3 original one-act plays over the year, and now he’s bringing them altogether into one production, It Goes On. Revisit these stories in a whole new way or experience them for the very first time.

The 3 plays are: Pushing on the Ocean with Eva Blahut and Chris Kevill, Vision (Re)Vision with Dinah Watts, and The Roll Call with Tyler Parr. Scroll below to learn more about each play.

4 Shows Only !
Performance Dates & Times:
(note changes to performance dates)
Thursday November 29,  8 PM
Friday November 30,  8 PM
Saturday December 1,  2 PM
Saturday December 1,  8 PM

Tickets: $20 General Admission

Tickets also available for purchase at our 203 Dundas St. box office or by phoning 519-642-2767.  Visa MC Thumb transparent
Box office opens one hour prior to each performance (7 PM) to purchase tickets at the door.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. There is no late admission.

Pushing on the Ocean featuring Eva Blahut and Chris Kevill
Having received a less than favorable review from a local theatre critic, Tess arrives for a solo rehearsal with her director before this evening’s performance. The only hitch is that he’s on the other side of the country. Pushing On the Oceanis a play about one artist’s struggle to be present in an increasingly disconnected world.

Vision (Re)Vision featuring Dinah Watts
Angelica is haunted by a reoccurring dream. In an effort to exorcise the ghosts of her past, she has returned to the scene of an incident from fifteen years ago to perform her one-woman show to an imperceptible audience. Vision (Re)vision is a play about one artist’s struggle to find redemption through the act of storytelling.

The Roll Call featuring Tyler Parr
Early one morning, Tyler receives an email from a friend who, while visiting an art gallery in England, made a stunning discovery. Hanging in the gallery was a 19th century painting depicting a small band of soldiers huddled together after a winter battle in the Crimean War. In the middle of that crowd stands a beaten soldier who bears a striking and eerily lifelike resemblance to Tyler. The Roll Call is the remarkable story of a man who embarks on a journey through artifice in an attempt to understand his life as an artist.

Passionfool is TAP’s resident theatre company in downtown London, Ontario. Passionfool’s mandate is to stage engaging and thought provoking works in vital Canadian context while striving for the highest level of artistic and interpretative excellence.