Occurs on Thursday December 6 2018

Approximate running time: 3 hours


The Franco Boni Theatre
1115 Queen Street West
Toronto ON M6J 3P4

Performance Notes

× The Theatre Centre's Board of Directors invites you to a special fundraising evening on Thursday, December 6th featuring the hit production Sea Sick, produced by The Theatre Centre and opened the building.

Alanna Mitchell is a Canadian journalist, author and playwright. Her work explores the intersection of science, art and society. Her latest book The Spinning Magnet tracks the story of how the Earth’s magnetic poles have switched places many times and the up-to-the-minute analysis that tells us that our planet’s molten core is in such turmoil right now that the poles may be forced to change places once more.

“★★★★ Can a science journalist save the world through the power of theatre?” – The Guardian

“Terrifying, laugh-out-loud funny, and ultimately hopeful, Mitchell's Sea Sick is a must-see…” – Vancouver Observer

'Alanna Mitchell is "cheerfully self-deprecating and unabashedly colourful"' – The Globe and Mail

Please join us on Thursday, December 6th for this remarkable show and to support the ongoing mission of The Theatre Centre.

Pre-performance reception with remarks at 7:15pm

8:00–9:15pm Sea Sick written and performed by Alanna Mitchell

Tickets $125 including reception, performance of Sea Sick, and $85 charitable tax receipt

All donations support The Theatre Centre.

"The Theatre Centre has jumped to the front of the city's indie scene since opening the doors at its new Queen West live arts hub and incubator."
- Kelly Nestruck, The Globe and Mail

Good time, great art, worthy cause. What could be better?

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