Wandering Well Productions presents the Montreal premiere of: Be a Good Girl

Click here to watch a short video preview.

Be a Good Girl is a one woman show that combines drama, dark comedy, film sequences,

and original songs to tell true stories of sexual assault and its repercussions.

Content Advisory: Mature themes, 17+

 

Created and performed by Adina Katz, who was compelled to speak out about her personal experiences due to the other cases of sexual assault and harassment that has been publicized over the past few years. She has been developing this show since 2014, it debuted in 2018 at the Toronto Fringe Festival, and has now evolved into this latest version, fresh for the Montreal stage. 

 

Adina is the founder of Wandering Well Productions, a new entertainment company focusing on social commentary and feminism, through theatre, drama, comedy, video, and music. Adina recently returned to her hometown of Montreal, after honing her skills in New York City and Chicago, where she released her first solo EP, “Back to Before,” and produced, directed, and performed in, Lalala & Order, a musical improv comedy show at Chicago’s Second City. She founded the musical improv program at Montreal Improv Theatre and performs there monthly with her new all-female musical improv comedy troupe, “The Jazz Ands.” This is her first one woman show.

 

Performances:

Wednesday, March 6, 2019, 7pm

Thursday, March 7, 2019, 9pm

Saturday, March 9, 2019, 7pm

Sunday, March 10, 2019, 4pm

Monday, March 11, 2019, 7pm

 

Location:

The Segal Centre for the Performing Arts – The Studio

5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine, Montreal QC, H3W 1M7

 

Tickets:

General Admission 

$20 Regular

$15 Student

www.segalcentre.org

Box Office: 514.739.7944

 

NB: Similarly themed, Don’t Read The Comments is running back to back in the Segal studio. Set at a TV talk show, Don’t Read the Comments delves into the “grey areas” of sexual encounters and consent. Through the dark art of clown and Bouffon and the power of true storytelling, the show invites you to look into its warped mirror and confront what you see staring back. 

 

 

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