Following the success of our inaugural Women From the Future project – we have just commissioned four new plays for Women From the Future II. Over the course of this year Renee Renée Hackett (St. John’s), Catherine Falkner (Vancouver), Liz Solo (Toronto) and Tracey Waddelton (Montreal/St. John’s) will each write a new original script. Throughout

Roles 4 Women proudly presents Women From the Future created and performed by Catherine Falkner, Tina Pearson, Wendi Smallwood, Liz Solo June 21 – 24, 2018; Factory Theatre, The Studio Stage 125 Bathurst Street Toronto | Box Office 416 504 9971 | www.factorytheatre.ca 8:00 P.M. $15/$25/PWYW June 21; Artist Talk Back: Saturday June 23 We’re

Tickets to Roles 4 Women’s upcoming production of Women From the Future will go on sale next week at the Factory Theatre in Toronto. Women From The Future – 4 short theatrical works created and performed by Catherine Falkner, Tina Pearson, Wendi Smallwood, Liz Solo June 21 – 24, 2018 (Preview/Media Night: June 21) Factory

Stay tuned here and to our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram feeds for news and announcements about our next production – Women From The Future, coming to the Factory Theatre in June. Starring Wendi Smallwood (St. John’s), Tina Pearson (Victoria), Liz Solo (Toronto), Catherine Falkner (Vancouver). Four brand new, original works by four Canadian innovators. Poster

Tina Pearson is a composer, performer and facilitator whose interests in sonic phenomena, perception and modes of human interaction have led to roles in art, education and community development. Many of her projects engage the boundaries between languages, disciplines, genres and cultures, and between creators, performers and audiences. Pearson’s work often includes eco-mimicry, micro intonation

Fau Ferdinand/Yael Gilks is a visual artist, designer and performance artist who creates artworks and performances based in Virtual Worlds. She is a member of the pioneering performance art collective The Second Front This machinima and photo documentation are from the inaugural presentation of Fau Ferdinand’s “Wet Snow” with collaborators Liz Solo, Bibbe Hansen and

Nebulosus Severine is an American media artist and student whose work integrates virtual reality, 3D design, Internet art, acrylic & oil painting, illustration, digital composition, cellphone photography, and printmaking. On International Women’s Day, R4W had the pleasure of co-presenting Nebulosus’s installation “Metaphysical Revisceralization” in collaboration with the Odyssey Simulators. In this interactive presentation avatars become