The last day of our festival promises to be another full one, with two final performances, two coffee critiques and our closing ceremonies.
Here’s the Sunday rundown:
9:30 a.m. – Coffee Critique at the Liverpool Curling Club, led by our adjudicator Annette Procunier. We’ll be discussing the plays from Saturday, with troupes from Iran, Nepal, Mexico (En Movimiento) and Bangladesh. Free for delegates and Stage & Beyond pass holders, $5 for the general public.
11 a.m. – Theatre workshop with Richard Finch, at the Town Hall Arts and Cultural Centre (Astor Theatre). Open to LITF delegates and Stage & Beyond pass holders. Members of the public are welcome, on a space-available basis, for $10 each.
2:30 p.m. – Moronitas (Debris in our Hearts), by Mexico City’s Compania de Teatro Itinerante, focuses on the earthquake in Mexico on Sept. 19, 2017, and the humanitarian work and acts of kindness or greed that followed. Buy tickets now or call the Astor box office at 902-354-5250.
3:45 p.m. – Coffee Critique (our last one!) at the Liverpool Curling Club to discuss Moronitas. Free for delegates and Stage & Beyond pass holders, $5 for the general public.
6 p.m. – Lieutenant governor’s reception. Invitation only.
7 p.m. – Showcase performance by the Chinese Culture and Art Club of Nova Scotia, including Chinese classical dance, Chinese ethnic and folk dance, Chinese folk music with traditional Chinese instruments, and Chinese opera. This is a replacement show for the Yue Diao Opera Troupe, whose members were denied entry into Canada. If you have tickets for the Yue Diao troupe, those will be honoured for this show.
8:30 p.m. – Closing ceremonies at the Astor Theatre. We will be handing out our festival awards, created by local artist Sarah Webber, and will be treated to a performance by our youth workshop participants.
10 p.m. – International Night closing celebration at the Liverpool Curling Club. Sponsored by Sobeys, this will be our last time together with our wonderful troupes and other delegates. Snacks and cash bar. Free for delegates and Stage & Beyond pass holders. $10 for the general public.