StoryFusion Cabaret! presents WOMEN IN HISTORY, LIVE ON STAGE
October 29 2016
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Deborah Dunleavy: “Story of Isobel Gunn” &
Goldie Spencer: “The Women of the Klondike”
Isobel Gunn is written and performed by Deborah Dunleavy with orchestrated digital music composed by Howard Alexander. A young Orkney lass brazenly disguised herself as a boy to hire on with the Hudson Bay Company. Their destination – the vast area of wilderness known as Rupert’s Land! This work was made possible by a grant from The Canada Council for the Arts.
Deborah Dunleavy is a librettist, lyricist, author, and playwright based in Brockville, Ontario.
The Women of the Klondike is written and performed by Goldie Spencer, and depicts famous women in the Gold Rush.
Goldie Spencer’s favourite tales are those that give a positive environmental message. Goldie has performed at festivals in Toronto, Scarborough, Brockville and Sydney, Australia.
Women in History features storytelling performances in character, and coincides with Women’s History Month in October and with the celebration of Persons Day on October 18.
Tickets are $17 in advance / $22 at the door
CSI Annex, 720 Bathurst Street
CSI Annex is on the west side Bathurst Street just south of Bloor.
If coming by TTC, get off at Bathurst Station and walk south.
Green P Parking is available at Lippincott and Lennox.
Street parking is available on Herrick St, one block south of Lennox.
Street parking is also available on Bathurst Street.