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“Tarragon Acoustic Reboot” featuring Diane Flacks, David French, Joan MacLeod, Hannah Moscovitch, John Murrell, Morris Panych and Guillermo Verdecchia
September 1, 2021 @ 12:00 am - June 30, 2022 @ 12:00 am EDT
September 2021 – June 2022
This fall, our season will begin with Tarragon Acoustic Reboot. This series of select audio plays from the Tarragon canon will be available through the Acoustic Portal to stream anytime, anywhere.
Plays being made available to stream include but are not limited to:
Sibs by Diane Flacks and Richard Greenblatt
Leaving Home by David French
The Shape of a Girl by Joan MacLeod
Half Life by John Mighton
This is War by Hannah Moscovitch
Scorched by Wajdi Mouawad
Democracy by John Murrell
7 Stories by Morris Panych
It’s All True by Jason Sherman
Lion in the Streets by Judith Thompson
Fronteras Americanas by Guillermo Verdecchia
Tarragon audiences will experience the theatre in a brand-new way – Tarragon Acoustic Reboot will transport you and ignite your imagination like never before. The greatest Canadian plays of our last 50 years! From Leaving Home to Scorched, the highest quality performances from the finest actors across Canada. CBC’s PlayMe podcasts’ Laura Mullin and Chris Tolley have produced, for us, fully realized audio-dramas complete with soundtracks and rich soundscapes. Let this acoustic reboot perform for your mind’s eye!
Hear what our subscribers are saying about our Tarragon Acoustic season:
“What a line up it is! An extraordinary season. How like Tarragon to figure out a way to make some exquisite lemonade out of a lemon-y year like 2020.” – J. M.
“Tarragon Acoustic is really a nice trip down memory lane for those plays that I’ve already “seen” and “experienced” in the theatre … what a wild ride and worthy expedition! On my schedule, without ever having to leave my seat.” – N. J.
“I wasn’t sure how I would react to this sort of alternative to being in the theatre, but it hearkens back to listening to radio dramas … I’m glad to have Tarragon Acoustic.” – P. K.