FLUSH INK PRODUCTIONS presents ASPHALT JUNGLE SHORTS VI
At the intersection of theatre and reality... 18 short plays in 2 hours on the streets and sidewalks and in the alleyways, cafes and bars of downtown Kitchener. Asphalt Jungle Shorts is our signature event and over the years, has earned an international
reputation for innovative theatre performed in strange and completely unexpected spaces.
We are proud to be part of MAGNETIC VIBRATIONS (Magnetic North Theatre Festival).
June 3, 4, 5 10, 11, 12 17, 18, 19 2010
8 p.m. (arrive 15 minutes early for reserved tickets)
Starting location - Silver Spoon Fine Chocolates
217 King St. W. (across from Kitchener's City Hall)
The Silver Spoon will be open for business especially for Asphalt Jungle Shorts. They have amazing designer chocolates and a wonderful delicious menu. We will post the menu soon on Facebook and our website. So come early.... might be the first time you've had dinner in the box office!
RESERVE TICKETS $15
Info – firstname.lastname@example.org
Website – http://www.flushink.net/
Reservation hotline – 519-957-2228
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Jocelyn Perez, Lynda Martens, Alan Haehnel, Gary Kirkham, Melissa Major, Dwight Storring, Yohanan Kaldi, Richard Ballon, Mary Alice Mark, Virgil Burnett, Paddy Gillard-Bentley, C.J. Ehrlich, Michael G. Wilmot, Mark Harvey Levine, Shirley King
Robin Bennett, Nicholas Cumming, Paddy Gillard-Bentley, Jenni Munday
Robin Bennett, Jessalyn Broadfoot, Nicholas Cumming, Andrew Frey, Brian Z. Kelly, Tracey Kenyon, Ian McKellar, Katharine Mills, Abigail Slinger, Roger Sumner, Krista Sweeny, Arlene Thomas, Bruce Wolff
Get a mini-preview (FREE!) of Asphalt Jungle Shorts VI today in The Public Square, Waterloo, at 2 p.m. Part of the Animate the Streets project presented by COPA (Coalition of Performing Artists).
Followed by a Theatrical Flash Mob Thing at 4 p.m. outside Kitchener City Hall - all welcome.
Due to unavoidable conflicts, Asphalt Jungle Shorts will be moving for this last week, Thurs-Fri-Sat. Start point will be at the Kava Bean Commons on Gaukel Street. The Kava Bean will be staying open for the show start, and serving their full menu; arrive early and have dinner before the show!
We'll also be advancing the start time to 7:30 p.m. Finish point is at the Magnetic North Bar in the Museum -- stick around to meet and mingle (and for special events on Thursday and Saturday).