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In Tune: Songs for Lifeboats & Mermaid Spring

Two new musicals play with fresh ideas in development.

Touchstone Theatre
For over 40 years Touchstone Theatre has been a mainstay of theatrical innovation and excellence on the West Coast.
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Songs for Lifeboats
By Amiel Gladstone and Veda Hille


The creators of Onegin are working on a new piece.  Come and see the results of their earliest experiments.


Mermaid Spring 
Co-Created by KylaGardiner, Barbara Adler, and James Meger

Produced by The Public Swoon

Book & Lyrics: Barbara Adler. Music: Peggy Lee& Leah Abramson. Dramaturgy: DD Kugler. Performers: Amanda Sum(voice), Emily Millard (voice), Hilary Ison (voice), Lucien Durey (voice),Ashley Aron (voice), Gavin Youngash (guitar) and 2 more TBC.

Mermaid Spring is an upcoming serialized musical exploring design-led creation, deep co-creation and eco-design. Over three episodes of live theatre, Mermaid Spring will tell the story of Weeki Wachee Springs, Florida –– a real-life deep water springs attraction where since 1947, women have donned mermaid tails to perform underwater shows.

http://www.thepublicswoon.org 

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Supporters: SFU School for the Contemporary Arts,Barking Sphinx Performance, Canada Council for the Arts, The Hamber Foundation.

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