The Pearl Company

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Final Night for Week 2 of #ThePearlCompanySummerTheatreFestival!! Starting #Saturday night at 7:00 with....Resurrection: Learie McNicolls: – Classical Dancer, actor, director and Two-Time Dora Award Winner Learie McNicolls performs his spoken word and movement magnum opus about Redemption and the Resurrection of one’s Soul. A semi-autobiographical story woven through the experience of a young boy and complex family relationships, expressed through the lexicon of the music of the 50’s and 60’s.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1661505804073737/?ref=2&amp%3Bref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
(Read Gary Smith's Spec article, link below)
http://www.thespec.com/living-story/4736331-resurrection-renewed-through-dance/

Followed at 8:15 by.....

The Naked Ballerina: Sarah Murphy-Dyson “Discover the darkness behind the curtain, as the former Royal Winnipeg Ballet first soloist & Gemini Award winner brings you backstage into her world of blood, sweat and secrets. Illusions of perfection onstage and off are shattered as she seeks the courage to expose her truth to herself and the world.” Glenn Sumi, Now Magazine.

https://www.facebook.com/events/809393539101521/?ref=2&amp%3Bref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
(Read Gary Smith's Article, link below)
http://www.thespec.com/whatson-story/4736272-a-ballerina-s-coming-out-story/

Finishing the night and Week 2 at 9:30....

Sean Sullivan: Baby Redboots’ Revenge: “A virtual Nijinsky of performance art” – New York Times. “Sullivan, with the range of a Chaplin or Keaton, with a touch of Baryshnikov and Danny Kaye, is one in a million” – Performing Arts Review, New York City. “Baby Redboots’ Revenge keeps us on the edge of our seats for 65 breathless minutes.” -NYtheatre.com, 2012. A “Best of the New York Fringe” play.

https://www.facebook.com/events/648564171918404/?ref=2&amp%3Bref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
(Read Gary Smith's Spec article from last Years Fringe review, link below)
http://www.thespec.com/whatson-story/3901376-ranting-soul-baring-intensity-at-the-fringe/

**#REMEMBER....You can Join Us in Our #AirConditionedFacility next Weekend....the Third and Final Week of the Festival, to catch these #GenuineTheatricalPearls!

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Final Night for Week 2 of #ThePearlCompanySummerTheatreFestival!! Starting #Saturday night at 7:00 with....Resurrection: Learie McNicolls: – Classical Dancer, actor, director and Two-Time Dora Award Winner Learie McNicolls performs his spoken word and movement magnum opus about Redemption and the Resurrection of one’s Soul. A semi-autobiographical story woven through the experience of a young boy and complex family relationships, expressed through the lexicon of the music of the 50’s and 60’s.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1661505804073737/?ref=2&amp%3Bref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
(Read Gary Smith's Spec article, link below)
http://www.thespec.com/living-story/4736331-resurrection-renewed-through-dance/

Followed at 8:15 by.....

The Naked Ballerina: Sarah Murphy-Dyson “Discover the darkness behind the curtain, as the former Royal Winnipeg Ballet first soloist & Gemini Award winner brings you backstage into her world of blood, sweat and secrets. Illusions of perfection onstage and off are shattered as she seeks the courage to expose her truth to herself and the world.” Glenn Sumi, Now Magazine.

https://www.facebook.com/events/809393539101521/?ref=2&amp%3Bref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
(Read Gary Smith's Article, link below)
http://www.thespec.com/whatson-story/4736272-a-ballerina-s-coming-out-story/

Finishing the night and Week 2 at 9:30....

Sean Sullivan: Baby Redboots’ Revenge: “A virtual Nijinsky of performance art” – New York Times. “Sullivan, with the range of a Chaplin or Keaton, with a touch of Baryshnikov and Danny Kaye, is one in a million” – Performing Arts Review, New York City. “Baby Redboots’ Revenge keeps us on the edge of our seats for 65 breathless minutes.” -NYtheatre.com, 2012. A “Best of the New York Fringe” play.

https://www.facebook.com/events/648564171918404/?ref=2&amp%3Bref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
(Read Gary Smith's Spec article from last Years Fringe review, link below)
http://www.thespec.com/whatson-story/3901376-ranting-soul-baring-intensity-at-the-fringe/

**#REMEMBER....You can Join Us in Our #AirConditionedFacility next Weekend....the Third and Final Week of the Festival, to catch these #GenuineTheatricalPearls!

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