SKIRTSAFIRE’S WORLD PREMIERE OF MAKINGS OF A VOICE MOVES ONLINE
While we would have loved to fill a theatre with the live performance of this beautiful play’s world premiere, we are reimagining how to bring the heart of this story into your home, keeping it intimate enough to grab your soul and fill you with stirring music and Dana’s impactful story.
Playing online March 8-14, 2021
Tickets are $27 per household (plus applicable fees) and are available here!
Times are tough and accessibility is important. For this reason, we are pleased to offer pay-what-you-can pricing for anyone unable to purchase a full-price ticket.
Purchasing a ticket will give you access to a digital version of Makings of a Voice on Fringe TV. You will receive information on how to access the digital version in your confirmation email after purchasing a ticket.
ENTER TO WIN! Every ticket purchased also enters you into our Makings of a Voice draw that includes a $200 Voucher for gravitypope shoes, $25 Earth’s General Store Gift Card, a $25 Duchess Bake Shop Gift Card, a signed Duchess Cookbook, and a $50 Famoso Whyte Avenue Gift Card! Thanks to our generous prize donors and Fair Trade Edmonton for their generous contributions to this gift package.
About the Play
Makings of a Voice is a theatrical song cycle about discovering our individual identity within generational narratives. A personal journey situated somewhere between the past and the present, between motherhood and daughterhood, between music and monologue, this intimate piece follows a messy trajectory into the heart of one woman’s story and provides a compelling argument for why our stories need to be told.
Written and performed by Dana Wylie
Directed by Vanessa Sabourin
Set, Props & Costume Design by Elise CM Jason
Lighting Design by T. Erin Gruber
Dramaturgy by Ellen Havard
Filmed & Edited by Andrea Beça
Sound Technician | Andrew White
Camera Operators | Caelin Moore and Katie Cutting
Lighting Technician | Kevin Humphrey
Staged reading filmed live at Backstage Theatre during the Expanse Festival, part of the Chinook Series, in Edmonton, Alberta. *Warning: Contains adult language*
This project is supported by