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A young white woman stares intently at us. She wears a wedding dress. Her face and fists are smeared with mud. She is alone in a field of dead grasses and mud. Storm clouds gather in the darkening grey skies.

Coming soon online...


by Sophokles, in a new translation by

Anne Carson

With original music performed by

The Mariachi Ghost

Produced in partnership with

AA Battery

A sublime collision of Ancient Greek Tragedy and Modern Rock Musical


Following the success of our live production, we will offer an online run of this highly acclaimed show! Performed by an integrated cast of Deaf, disabled and non-disabled artists and underscored by driving rhythms and soaring melodies, this production highlights the vulnerability at the very heart of courage.

March 25 - April 7, 2024

Viewing Instructions

Your ticket gives you access to the online production. On March 24, or once your transaction is complete, you'll receive an email with a link to the website, along with a password. You will have from March 25 to April 7 to view the production.

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Also Playing Now!

Crip Tips TV

You may be in isolation but you’re not alone.

While many people struggle with the challenges of staying home, there are people in our community who are experts at it. What can disabled people teach the rest of our society about finding value, purpose and meaning in a life that never leaves home?

Sick + Twisted Theatre's Artistic Director, Debbie Patterson hosts a five part web series featuring:

  • Interviews with other disabled people about the strategies and tactics they've developed for living full lives within limited circumstances,

  • Questions from audiences about how to deal with specific lockdown issues,

  • Features on kick ass disabled artists, podcasters and personalities.

We all need each other. Let us help you get through it.

Funding from Safe at Home Manitoba

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