Co-Produced with the frank theatre
Sister Mary’s a Dyke?! is a new play by Toronto-based playwright Flerida Peña. It follows Abby, a Catholic school girl who discovers that not everything is at it seems at Crown of Thorns Academy. After falling in love for the first time, Abby is sent on a thrilling mission that sends her beyond the walls of her all-girls school, to St. Peter’s Square. All of Abby’s notions about herself and the church are turned on their head in this coming-of-age, coming-out comedy featuring local actor and musician Kim Villagante, and directed by Jan Derbyshire. Scandal, intrigue, and mile-a-minute FUN are served up in this stellar one-woman show!
Cahoots Theatre Company developed and produced the world premiere of Sister Mary’s a Dyke in Toronto, April 2013.
This show (Aug 2) is ASL interpreted and Pay What You Can.
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This event is ASL interpreted. To view QAF’s other ASL interpreted events please click HERE.
This event is scent-reduced, and fully wheelchair accessible. For more information on how to support a scent-reduced event, please visit PeggyMunson.com For a full accessibility audit of the space, visit Radical Access Mapping Project.