Down There is an annual collection of stories written, directed, and produced by Queen’s students and other talented artists. Down There discusses a range of identity issues which are often silenced.
Topics include but are not limited to:
* Masculinity and Femininity
* Mental health and invisible disabilities
* Body image
* Race and Racism
* Sexual orientation and sexuality
* Religion and spirituality
* Political beliefs
To see our wonderful cast in one of our 3 shows, check out the event page!
Due to the subject matter of the pieces being performed the show is not suitable for children. There will be trigger warnings disclosed in the program specific to each piece and its content.
Tickets will be sold at the door in limited supplies.
All proceeds from the show are donated to the Dawn House, Interval House, and the Sexual Assault Centre Kingston.
With submissions by:
Co-Producers: Zoe Walwyn and Lea Keren
Co-Directors: Ruth Oketch and Taylor Vardy
Stage manager: Iris Robinson
Set Designer: Stephanie Corbo
Lighting Designer: Sonja Niedermaier
Sound Designer: Blair MacMillan
Front of House: Jessica McNaught
Movement Coach: Briana Courtemanche
Publicity Manager: Laura O’Grady
Credit for the logo design and photos goes to the very talented Laura O’Grady.
Location: Rotunda Theatre Theological Hall
Kingston, Ontario K7L 3L3
Any questions and concerns including but not limited to accessibility information can be directed to email@example.com.