What: From published award-winning plays to still-in-development musicals, the Shipwright Sessions give you the opportunity to hear excerpts of these works from the playwright themselves combined with a close-up look at the writer through mini-interviews led by Ship’s artistic director Richie Wilcox.
When: Friday, July 10, 8pm
When: Monday, May 25th, 2020
Kick At The Dark Theatre is teaming up Good Robot Brewing Company on Monday May 25th for their next Goodwillbot event!
Order from Good Robot in person, or for delivery, and $1 from every purchase will be donated to Kick at the Dark!
BUT WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU???
Glad you asked! We’re hosting our own contest where you could win a $100 gift card to Blue Olive Greek Taverna, who are currently providing pick up and delivery options! #supportlocal .
In lieu of our recently postponed production of ‘Til Death Do Us Part, which would have premiered this month on the Neptune Theatre Scotiabank Stage, we’re asking you to send a digital Wedding Toast for this contest!
Here’s how to enter:
1) Place an order with Good Robot on Monday May 25th in person, or at the delivery link provided below https://good-robot-brewing.myshopify.com
2) Follow Kick At The Dark Theatre Co-operative & Good Robot Brewing Company
3) Post a video making a wedding toast and include the hashtag #KATDraiseaglass in your post.
All participants will be entered into the draw. You have until Wednesday May 27th @ 11:59pm to submit your entry. A winner will be announced on Friday May 29th!
NEED SOME SUGGESTIONS?
Feel free to take inspiration from a wonderful or equally horrible wedding toast you’ve witnessed. Who are you toasting to? To the happy couple perhaps, to the excellent dinner rolls, to someone in your life who needs celebrating, to love -you can make it up! Have an old bridesmaid dress laying around? Get into costume! Want to bust out your wedding dress? Even better! Want to create a character and need some inspiration? How about the drunk uncle, or the ex who was accidentally invited to the wedding, or the family dog who is afraid everything is about to change, or a wedding crasher who’s trying to blend in.