Memory in the Mud
August 7–October 14, 2013
Young Welcome Centre
Join Words in Motion for a movable drama and historical tour around Evergreen Brick Works. Famed Canadian geologist Arthur Coleman, the German prisoners of war who worked here during their internment, the industrial processes of brick making and the homeless people who slept here during the great depression, are just some of the fascinating stories brought to life through interactive, found, theatre. Led by tour guide Memory, the site evokes the voices of the past and the future. But be warned... you could get muddy!
Performances meet and begin in the Young Welcome Centre and last for approximately 45 minutes to an hour. In the event of rain, presentations will occur in covered areas only.
Suggested Donation: Children under 12: $5.00 | Adults: $10
Tickets can be purchased at the Young Welcome Centre one hour before performance time. For group tickets, please contact Kathleen at email@example.com.
Show Dates & Times
|Wednesday, August 7||1–1:45pm|
|Wednesday, August 14||1–1:45pm|
|Sunday August, 18||2:30–3:15pm|
|Wednesday August, 21||1–1:45pm|
|Sunday August, 25||2:30–3:15pm|
|Sunday September, 1||2:30–3:15pm|
|Monday September, 2 –Labour Day||11:30am–12:15pm & 2:30–3:15pm|
|Sunday September, 8||2:30–3:15pm|
|Sunday September, 15||2:30–3:15pm|
|Sunday September, 22||2:30–3:15pm|
|Saturday September, 28||11:30am–12:15pm & 2:30–3:15pm|
|Sunday September, 29||2:30–3:15pm|
|Sunday October, 13||2:30–3:15pm|
|Monday October 14 –Thanksgiving||11:30am–12:15pm & 2:30–3:15pm|
Words in Motion is an arts education organization. Through the performing arts, interactive and experiential learning opportunities are created by the company always highlighting the capacity for emotional growth and human interest. Words in Motion interprets the stories of the people who make our country great and examines how each helps the other.