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The story of the first time the world ended

Thu, Apr 7, 20228:00 pm
Fri, Apr 8, 20228:00 pm
Sat, Apr 9, 20222:00 pm
8:00 pm
Sun, Apr 10, 20222:00 pm
8:00 pm
Doors open
1 hour before the performance
Venue
Studio Theatre
Price
General Public/Faculty/Staff: $25, Student/Seniors : $18, Online Stream: $10
Series
DAN School of Drama and Music
  • Not wanted on the voyage
    Not wanted on the voyage

Not Wanted on the Voyage by Timothy Findley

 adapted for the stage by Richard Rose and D D Kugler

 

Note: The Thursday April 7, 2022 8:00pm performance is a Pay What You Can Preview and tickets are only available at the door.

The Saturday April 9, 2022 2PM show is a livestreamed relaxed performance with both a live audience and an online audience.
 


 

The DAN School of Drama and Music presents Not Wanted on the Voyage by Timothy Findley, adapted for the stage by Richard Rose and D D Kugler. Directed by Craig Walker alongside a talented team of over 80 students, the Winter Major will run from April 7th - 10th in the Isabel Bader Studio Theatre. Not Wanted on the Voyage tells the story of the first time the world ended. Told through a mix of puppetry, live acting, and projections, the piece takes place both before the flood and aboard the ark. As a storm approaches on the horizon, questions of what belongs in the new world arise. It reveals the darkness on the edge of the human soul as the Noyes Family struggles among themselves to create a world in which they want to belong.

Please note that this play contains scenes of physical abuse and sexual violence and is suggested for audiences ages 17 and older.

For more information concerning accessibility please contact our accessibility coordinator at 17eld2@queensu.ca.

 

Trigger warning: atmospheric effects (like fog) and flashing lights  (lightening, not strobe lights) are part of the performance.
 

Note – audience members of the Saturday, Apr 9th, 2 pm, may be seen on the livestream cameras. The livestream will be available for viewing for two weeks post performance. Please contact Box Office with any concerns.
 


IMPORTANT: In accordance with the Council of Ontario Universities and Queen’s University policy, audience members need to wear an ASTM 2 medical grade mask and bring their Vaccination QR Code and ID for admittance into the Isabel.

 

 

 

PALENAI DUO - Ballytobin Concert 1/7/2021

2020, the year of the piano! Thank you, Joan Tobin and the Ballytobin Foundation.

Created by Joy Innis and Adrienne Shannon of the Palenai Duo, who were instrumental in choosing the Joan Tobin Hamburg Steinway piano.

CLICK HERE to view the video!

ARRIVAL OF OUR NEW PIANO: 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO