This message was forwarded to me by Demetri Vacratsis from Breathe Art Productions. This is a great promotional offer to get you out this weekend and support one of Windsor’s best and most progressive theatre companies.
2 for 1 Special!!!
Detroit audiences and critics gave Mr. Marmalade great reviews and now we are offering a special short term 2 for 1 deal to see Breathe Art Theatre Project’s Mr. Marmalade in Windsor this Friday or Saturday at Mackenzie Hall at 8 pm!
2 for 1 if you book your tickets by Thursday at noon. Call 519-255-7600 or Online at http://www.BreatheArtTheatre.com. You must quote “Lucy’s list” to get the deal!
Mr. Marmalade is a funny and harsh story of a four-year old Lucy and her imaginary friend Mr. Marmalade. Mr. Marmalade, however, is no ordinary friend, spending way to much time at the office while feeding his drug and porn addiction. The result is a humurous by chilling story on the world we are creating for our kids.
Review from Marty Kohn, Encore Michigan: “Breathe Art Theatre Project staging brings together again the winning duo of Christa Coulter and Joel Mitchell…Coulter plays an actual child here, Lucy, but she’s never cutesy. Few actors do brutish rage as well as Mitchell…when he’s not pouring on the charm, (he) makes Stanley Kowalski look like Dr. Phil.”
Review from The Rogue Critic: “Clever…Highly experimental…I found myself reflecting on the choices and presentation long after leaving the theatre…This is one of those plays to which those who enjoy it will likely be compelled to return.”
Mackenzie Hall is located at 3277 Sandwich / Regular Ticket price is $20
Breathe Art Theatre Project (est. 2004) is an award-winning professional theatre company located in Detroit, MI and Windsor, ON, making it one of the few professional cross-border arts companies in North America. Breathe Art Theatre Project produces contemporary works based on the principles of ensemble collaboration that showcases the works of actors, directors, and designers from Detroit and Windsor. The company, formed in 2004 by a collective of actors, directors and designers, is cultivating a history of producing challenging and socially related theatre with an intimate relationship between the audience and the actors.