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Wednesday, March 8 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
TRU Actors Workshop Monologues

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The TRU Actors Workshop Theatre will explore some of the UN Sustainable Development Goals through monologues. 

The monologues will range in theme from poverty to gender equality to justice and more. We encourage you to take a break from studying to sit down and be entertained by our talented Visual and Performing Arts students!

Performances & Monologue Selections include:
Paige Caswell - More Stately Mansions by Eugene O'Neill

Teghan Cumming – See Bob Run by Daniel McIvor

Kelsey Launier – Antigone by Jean Anouilh

Brittney Martens – Fefu and Her Friends by María Irene Fornés

Berlin Msiska - TBC

Peter Navratil – After the Fall by Arthur Miller

Marta Oraniewicz – Red by John Logan

Seating is limited and on a first come first served basis. (Approx. 80 seats available)   


Paige Caswell

More Stately Mansions by Eugene O'Neill | A sequel to A Touch of the Poet, it picks up four years later in 1832 Massachusetts, with Simon Harford, now married to Sara Melody, finding himself the pawn in a battle between his wife and his mother to control him through love. Played out against the background of an industrial revolution, the struggle ultimately leads to tragedy and despair. The title of the play was derived from the line... Read More →

Teghan Cumming

See Bob Run by Daniel McIvor | | Bob is on the road. Bob is on the run. But from what, or whom, is she running? Follow Bob as she hops from car to car telling her story to unsuspecting drivers as she tries to put her life in the rear-view mirror. Will she make it to her destination? And what will she find when she gets there? Find out in the critically adored See Bob Run. 

Kelsey Launier

Antigone by Jean Anouilh | | Antigone was written at a time of national fervor. In 441 BC, shortly after the play was performed, Sophocles was appointed as one of the ten generals to lead a military expedition against Samos. It is striking that a prominent play in a time of such imperialism contains little political propaganda, no impassioned apostrophe, and, with the exception of the epiklerate (the right of the... Read More →

Brittney Martens

Fefu and Her Friends by Maria Irene Fornes | | Fefu and Her Friends is recognized as a feminist play for its all-female cast, central ideas of gender roles, and its bold deviations from conventional stage presentation and audience involvement. Fornés divides the stage into a kitchen, bedroom, study, and lawn, and a short scene in each area is acted out with a fourth of the audience closely viewing each part. The... Read More →

Peter Navratil

After the Fall by Arthur Miller | | Arthur Miller’s most personal and autobiographical play, After the Fall, unflinchingly tackles the emotional brutality that can unfold within a marriage, against a national backdrop of McCarthyism and the commodification of celebrity. In doing so, Miller unravels the political complications in personal relationships while exposing the personal consequences of big-issue politics.

Marta Oraniewicz

Red by John Logan | | John Logan’s taut, visceral two-hander, Red, features artist Mark Rothko at the height of his career.  Viewed through the lens of his youthful new assistant, Ken, we witness Rothko at the pinnacle of his creativity, but struggling through the creation of a series of large paintings, commissioned as a series intended to feature in New York’s brand-new Four Seasons Restaurant.  As Ken and... Read More →

Wednesday March 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Actors Workshop Theatre, Old Main 900 McGill Road

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