Remergence Festival - Girl From the Future, theJamPresents, Spitting Slag
Approximate running time: 3 hours
1025 Lorne Street
Kamloops BC V2C 5K9
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Regular Price: $20
Supporter Price: $50
COVID Relief Price: $5
MAY 11TH LINEUP - EVENING
Girl from the Future – Devon More
Tuesday, May 11th at 7pm
A Girl from the Future is here... and she wants to know if she can sit down.
She's got superpowers and immunity from whatever's bothering you these days. She is not afraid to die - and this rebel shepherd wants to tell YOU why...but is she hiding surprises from her past future life? Is our Girl from the Future out of time with her own paradigm?
Devon More presents another clever collection of interlocking songs and stories - from the future! It's a melodic, mainly one-sided conversation about the search for Peace and Company.
Tuesday, May 11th at 8pm
Spitting Slag by Mansel Robinson – Acme World Headquarters
Tuesday, May 11th at 9pm
Based on a novel-length poem by Canadian poet and playwright Mansel Robinson, Spitting Slag is a fiercely poetic portrait of a hard rock miner named Floyd Delormier, who has survived a catastrophic mine cave in that trapped him underground for eight days, forever changing the arc of his life. Floyd is a garrulous and cantankerous soul, working his way back from the darkness toward the light.
Spitting Slag takes the audience into the darkness a mile underground and then brings them back to the surface, lungs burning, into the bright light of redemption.
Shot through with humour and the gritty language of a Sudbury bar on a Saturday night, Spitting Slag shines a light into the heart and spirit of the working men and women who inhabit the main streets of towns and villages across Canada.
Please note: the performance of Spitting Slag contains some strong language.