Sheridan presents the Medea Monologues
Sheridan’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences presents the Medea Monologues: Dream Narratives. The Sheridan community and broader public are invited to this free event for an evening of insight and inspiration, featuring monologues on the subject of dreams, dreaming and dream narratives.
Date: Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Time: Doors open at 6:30PM, Performance begins at 7:00PM
Location: MacDonald-Heaslip Hall, Trafalgar Campus
Light Refreshments will be served.
Featured performances will include:
Elaine Brodie, Falling into the Light
Ginger Grant, The Seduction
Jennifer Phenix, Like a Dream
Kristin Newell, Into the Woods
Laura Sky, Day Dreams: Dreaming the Wishes and Longings of our Grandmothers and Mothers
About the Medea Monologues:
Medea Monologues began in 2009 as a community gathering and creative space for storytelling and personal narrative. More information on its beginnings can be found at www.medeamonologues.com. Medea is a mythological figure who has a varied and renowned reputation in Greek and Roman myth. Her character and stories have influenced art, theatre, film, narrative, fiction, and media from the Renaissance to the present day.
Sheridan is one of Canada’s leading postsecondary institutions, offering over 100 diploma, certificate, and bachelor degree programs in an environment that fosters innovation and creativity. Its aim is to become Ontario’s first university exclusively dedicated to undergraduate professional education – one that will be based on applied learning. The model also focuses on meeting university accreditation requirements so that Sheridan graduates have more pathways to the continued learning that will underscore their personal, career, and industry success.
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