Date: Nov 6
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us for the premiere of this feature documentary telling the story of Captain John Alcock and Lieutenant Arthur Brown who made the first non-stop flight across the Atlantic Ocean from Newfoundland to Clifden in June 1919. Produced by Kevin Glen, the film explores the lives of these intrepid aviators from their childhood fascination with early flying machines to their remarkable transatlantic achievement told through evocative newsreels and interviews with their descendants, Connemara locals and aviation historians. This film screening at The Rooms is in memory of Larry Dohey. *Please note: General admission to The Rooms is free the first Wednesday of the month; however, regular fees apply for this event.
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Mallory Fisher
This production marks Artistic Director Mallory Fisher's directorial debut with the company, and will broaden the appeal of Shakespeare by re-examining one of his lesser known and infrequently staged plays—Coriolanus—in a contemporary context. Set in present-day Newfoundland, the production will underscore the play’s extant themes of corruption of power, instability of capitalism, desensitization to violence, and toxic masculinity to examine our current political and social zeitgeist.
Tickets: $25 (general admission), $20 (students, seniors, unwaged)