Join us at the new Library Garden Stage (just outside the Second Cup at Laurier's Waterloo campus Library) for our inaugural theatrical performance.
In Myra's Story, a Canadian production of the hit Irish play, Myra, a homeless "wine connoisseur," shares her hilarious and powerful story with street-smart style, wry wit and brutal honesty.
Free event, all welcome (note: contains mature themes and strong language).
Bring blankets, warm clothing, snacks, and whatever else you would wear outdoors on a September evening. In the event of poor weather, we will move the performance into the new Robert Langen Art Gallery on the main floor of the Library.
We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of SIVC Laurier for this production.
This event is a presentation of the Library story exchange project. Leveraging the Library’s special role as a pan-university, community-accessible space, the story exchange is a new kind of incubator for storytellers, artists and creative makers in all media, their supporters and fans. Learn more