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SCAT

Laugh Serious Theatre

July 6-15, 2017

Queen West Community Health Centre

Toronto, ON

[I]f you’re comfortable getting a little uncomfortable, you’ll be rewarded with a timely, thought-provoking, and emotionally moving performance.

-Mooney on Theatre

[D]irector Sadie Epstein-Fine makes good use of the various spaces.

-NOW Magazine

SCAT weaves together significant moments from the history of women, queer and trans people and bathrooms. Beginning in Ancient Rome, SCAT travels through moments in history such as the invention of the public bathroom and the police entrapment of gay men in bathrooms. Performed at the Queen West Community Health Centre, this site-specific and immersive show looks at the most intimate moments in many characters' lives, over hundreds of years, such as repenting for a sexuality punishable by death, scandal over a radical new haircut, and looking for a tampon when you are perceived to be a man.​

Created by Aman Banwait, Christol Bryan, RJ Daunt, Winnie Doyle-Marshall and Sadie Epstein-Fine

Written by Sadie Epstein-Fine

Direction Winnie Doyle Marshall and Sadie Epstein-Fine

Choreography Sadie Epstein-Fine

Dramaturgy/Lighting Design Cole Vincent

Costume/Set Design Jocelyn Graham

Sound Design Aman Banwait

Stage Management Madeleine Monteleone

Assistant Stage Management Anastasiya Popova