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Productions & Readings:
July 2017 – Toronto Fringe Festival, Artscape Youngplace, Port Albert Productions
November 2018 – Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Pat the Dog Theatre (Staged Reading)
Carl & Gabrielle just got married and their wedding reception is at their old high school. What does it mean for a group of old friends to reconnect in these nostalgia halls after being apart for so long? Has anything really changed? What old habits return? And wait – what is the point of love again?
“White Wedding was such an uncommonly cool theatrical experience. Playing in the upstairs hallway of the Artscape Youngplace, this Toronto Fringe show is a site specific piece that used its space to its advantage. The show explores unrequited love, the ways in which nostalgia can affect our choices and memories, and whether or not love actually conquers all . . . If you’re looking for a unique, lively evening, please come check out this show — its sure to get a wonderful reception.” – Jackie Mahoney, Mooney on Theatre.