On Tuesday, September 22, join the War Resisters Support Campaign for a special performance of "The Emergency Monologues". This one-man show was a big hit during the recent Toronto Fringe Festival. I've heard it's very funny, very dark, and very good.
Tickets are $20, or $10 with valid student ID. There'll be a cash bar, and all proceeds will go to the War Resisters Support Campaign, for legal and other emergency expenses.
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MORGAN JONES PHILLIPS presents:
THE EMERGENCY MONOLOGUES: Tales of the bizarre, ridiculous and irksome side of being a paramedic in an unidentified urban city
"Phillips neatly mixes humour and personal commentary with some dead-serious topics. He's a charming storyteller and knows how to improvise if the occasion arises, though the material would probably work better over a few shared drinks than in the theatre." -Jon Kaplan (NOW Magazine)
"If you've ever heard a siren in the night and wondered where it was going, The Emergency Monologues is your answer... Fascinating, gruesome, and laugh-out-loud funny." -Chris Earle (Second City)
WHEN: Tuesday, September 22, 8:00 p.m. / Doors open 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: The Steelworkers Union Hall, 25 Cecil Street, Toronto (parking available)
HOW MUCH: $20 or $10.00 with valid student ID
WHY: LET THEM STAY!