Thunderstick Collective & Culture Storm Presents
by Kenneth T. Williams - Directed by Glen Gould
Starring: Craig Lauzon & Brandon Oakes
Produced by Glen Gould and Heather Haynes
The Thunderstick Collective & Culture Storm proudly presents the 2013 remounting of THUNDERSTICK written by award winning Cree playwright Kenneth T. Williams and Directed by awarding winning Mi’kmaq actor Glen Gould who makes his directorial debut with THUNDERSTICK. This acclaimed, two-hander will feature the acting talents of actor, writer, comedian, and member of the Royal Canadian Air Farce, Craig Lauzon and film and television actor Brandon Oakes who just wrapped a starring role in Jeff Barnaby’s feature film Rhymes for Young Ghouls.
We are pleased to be working with award winning set designer Andy Moro and composer David DeLeary with assistant Muin Gould.
THUNDERSTICK running times are as follows:
PREVIEWS: January 16 & 17th at 8.pm - Admission: $15
OPENING NIGHT: January 18th, 7pm
ADDITIONAL RUNNING TIMES:
January 19 - February 3
Evening performances: Tuesday - Sunday at 8pm with Sunday Matinees at 2:00pm
REGULAR TICKET PRICE: $20 and can be purchased at: http://www.secureaseat.com/thunderstick/
STUDENTS & SENIORS $15
LOCATION: Toronto Free Gallery
1277 Bloor Street West @ Lansdowne
For further information please contact email@example.com
“Indians never get a break"
THUNDERSTICK follows a couple of mismatched cousins on the trail of scandalous political intrigue. The cousins – one a globetrotting photojournalist, the other an unsuccessful reporter with a penchant for drinking - have been estranged since their youth on the reservation and are now brought together by unforeseen circumstances. This raunchy comedy begins as one cousin throws up on the Prime Minister, and gets only more frenzied as they're launched into jail, heartbreak and a road trip into the Ontario backwoods - all while chasing the story of their careers.