March 24, 2012

Dionysus In Stony Mountain / Justice Forum

The Rachel Browne Theatre, 211 Bannatyne at Main Street
March 29 to April 8
8:00 pm March 29 – 31, April 3 – 7
2:00 pm April 1, 7 & 8 

Dionysus In Stony Mountain

Tickets: Students: $15 / Seniors: $18 / Adults: $22
email to purchase or to reserve or call 204 -989-2400

Written by Steven Ratzlaff 
Directed by Bill Kerr
Featuring: Sarah Constible & Ross McMillan

As unabashedly intellectual as it is dramatically compelling, the play erupts with Friedrich Nietzsche, exploring the binding and loosening of family ties, the warehousing of the mentally ill in Canada’s prisons, mania, and the boundaries of the patient /psychiatrist relationship, finally asking "What does it really mean to care?”


Tuesday, April 3, 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Winnipeg Free Press Café, 237 McDermot Avenue
Moderated by Naomi Levine

Theatre Projects Manitoba (TPM) is pleased to present a panel as part of the première of Dionysus in Stony Mountain. 

The panelists are:
John Hutton, Executive Director, John Howard Society 
Glenn Morison, Chaplain, Winnipeg Remand Centre
Joan Carolyn, Program Director, COSA (Circles of Support & Accountability) 
Adam Klassen, Journey to Justice (Mennonite Central Committee) 
Steven Ratzlaff, Playwright
Wilma Derksen, Founder of MCC’s Victim’s Voice, Victim’s advocate

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