MainLine Theatre and RTW present the 4th Annual Revolution They Wrote Short Works Feminist Theatre Festival March 22nd-25th

4-day event aims to bring new feminist works to Montreal stages

MONTREAL. March 9th, 2018. Revolution They Wrote in partnership with MainLine Theatre is proud the present the 4th annual Short Works Feminist Theatre and Performance Festival from March 22nd to the 25th, 2018.

This 4-day event aims to present new feminist works and give voice to intersectional feminist artists whose unique visions for empowerment and liberty deserve to be heard.

The theme of this year’s festival focuses on the body. Ten artists divided into two programs and two readings will present works that thematically explore the power, vulnerability and ownership of female and nonbinary bodies.

The festival includes a jam-packed lineup of performances, talkbacks and readings.

Program One MiniMain (3997 St-Laurent)
Statue by Céline Chevrie and Kristina Troske
mā ma by Kě Xīn Li
Afrodisiaque by Maryline Chery (Presented in French)
Numbers Increase As We Count by Ülfet Sevdi

Program Two Gallery (3905 St-Laurent)
The BiG SiSSY Show- the Message by Athena Holes and Jordan Brown
$elf Made $lut by Brittany Sweet
Saints and Lunacy by Jessica Magonet and Caleigh Crow
Dark Red by Willow Cioppa

Readings MiniMain (3997 St-Laurent)
Saturday, March 24 2:00 PM
The Hysteria Triptych by Erin Lindsay
Sunday, March 25 2:00 PM
The Waves by Laura Quigley
(Readings are pay what you decide!)

Reg. $18
Students/ Seniors/ QDF $12
Available online at
By telephone at 514 849 3378
In person at the MainLine Box office, 3997 St-Laurent,
open from Tuesday-Saturday from 2-6PM

The RTW festival is a space where feminist artists gather to celebrate and create. We aim to inspire and empower our artists and audiences to examine the representations of feminism, people of colour, people with disabilities, and trans and queer people in performance. With these works, we create an artistic space that is primed to educate, provoke and inspire change both on the stage and in our daily lives.

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