235 Queens Quay West (at Lower Simcoe)
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2G8

Theatre Rusticle presents
In association with Harbourfront Centre
April 14, 1912

Inspired by the true story of Harold Bride, Second Marconi Officer on HMS Titanic

Toronto's "Best Movement Based Theatre Company" (NOW Magazine, 2006) Theatre Rusticle returns to the Studio Theatre with a poetically poignant punch to the stomach in honour of the 95th Anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. Set on an iceberg in our collective memories, April 14, 1912 brings together three spirits in a dreamy collision of what happened the night the great ship sank off the coast of Halifax.

An award-winning ensemble embarks on an expressionistic, ghostly journey, weaving together eye-witness accounts, lighting and installation with Theatre Rusticle's celebrated and inimitable physical style. April 14, 1912 is inspired by the story of a young Marconi officer who survived the wreck on an upside-down lifeboat. It honours memory and asks us not to forget our folly, our courage or our belief.

Generously supported by the Toronto Arts Council

Photo: Adam Reich
Evening Performances | 8pm

Friday, September 21
Saturday, September 22
Tuesday, September 25
Wednesday, September 26
Thursday, September 27
Friday, September 28
Saturday, September 29
Matinee Performances | 3pm

Sunday, September 23
Saturday, September 29
Tickets | $12 - $17

Official Website: http://www.theatrerusticle.org/html/current.html

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