Brantford Downtown Jazz Presents BERNIE SENENSKY QUINTET

Brantford Downtown Jazz Presents BERNIE SENENSKY QUINTET

Main Lobby
Date: Mon Dec 11 8:00 PM
Pricing Info:

$30.00


“I’m essentially a bebop player, and beyond. My heroes are anyone from Bud Powell to McCoy Tyner to Keith Jarrett and Herbie Hancock.” – Bernie Senensky. Toronto keyboardist Bernie Senensky has earned the reputation of being one of Canada’s premier jazz artists. His playing has been featured internationally in many concerts & festivals, and he is recognized and respected as one of the foremost jazz pianists anywhere.

Ali Hassan - MUSLIM INTERRUPTED

Warning: some language content Tue Oct 3 8:00 PM

In this solo show, stand-up comic and actor Ali Hassan (Man Seeking Woman, Odd Squad, CBC Radio’s Laugh Out Loud) delivers a bitingly funny piece of work on flunking out of Sunday school, ingesting forbidden fruits, and becoming a cultural Muslim. The show is a refreshingly hilarious antidote to our increasingly troubling global climate, delivered by this mainstay star of television, film, radio and stage. Warning: some language content.



Pricing Info:

$35.00

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

By Dale Wasserman, based on the novel by Ken Kesey - A Stage 88 production Thu Oct 5 2:00 PM

One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest is a dark comedy set in the ward of a mental hospital.  It tells the story of new admission Randle McMurphy who fakes insanity to avoid prison.  He clashes with the cruel and oppressive Nurse Ratched. It is a power struggle which affects the lives of  patients and staff as McMurphy rebels and Ratched attempts to thwart the uprising.  Directed by Catherine Camp-Paynter and Susan Dignan. Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.




Pricing Info:

$29.00

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

By Dale Wasserman, based on the novel by Ken Kesey - A Stage 88 production Thu Oct 5 8:00 PM

One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest is a dark comedy set in the ward of a mental hospital.  It tells the story of new admission Randle McMurphy who fakes insanity to avoid prison.  He clashes with the cruel and oppressive Nurse Ratched. It is a power struggle which affects the lives of  patients and staff as McMurphy rebels and Ratched attempts to thwart the uprising.  Directed by Catherine Camp-Paynter and Susan Dignan. Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.




Pricing Info:

$29.00

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