We are pleased to announce that our 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm performances of Ahuri Theatre’s This is the Point in the Baby Grand on Saturday, March 9, 2019, will include ASL Interpretation. An ASL Interpreter will also be available at the theatre to assist patrons as needed. Both of these performances will also feature Audio-Visual Description which may be heard through headphones.

Limited accessible seating is available for each performance and to please contact the box office directly to book your tickets. 613-530-2050

 

This is the Point: A play about love, sex & disability
This is the Point: A play about love, sex & disability
This is the Point: A play about love, sex & disability
This is the Point: A play about love, sex & disability
This is the Point: A play about love, sex & disability
This is the Point: A play about love, sex & disability

*WARNING: MATURE CONTENT* Scenes of sexuality and violence. This production is suggested for ages 14+.

Limited accessible seating is available for each performance and to please contact the box office directly to book your tickets. 613-530-2050

Written by Tony Diamanti, Liz MacDougall, Karin Randoja, Christina Serra, and Dan Watson. Co-Produced by Ahuri Theatre & The Theatre Centre.

“This is the Point” is a joyous and unflinching portrait of four individuals whose lives have been shaped, in part, by cerebral palsy. It is the winner of two Dora Mavor Moore awards including Outstanding Production and Ensemble.

Through a series of staged conversations and theatrical re-enactments, the four individuals draw from their personal lives to explore and debate questions of representation, the nature of companionship and whether people of different abilities can ever connect with each other on equal terms.

Join us for a Talkback from the stage immediately following performances on Wednesday, March 6 & Saturday, March 9.

It made me cry, made me think, and mostly made me laugh.

Jess Gillis, Mooney on Theatre
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