Face masks are recommended but optional.
June 3, 2022 - June 26, 2022
Meet Qui. He describes two Vietnamese refugees who fall in love in a camp in Arkansas. A story of what it means to lose everything in a way – family, language, country – and yet find the strength to build a new life in a foreign land. Prejudice, immigration, ninjas and hip hop can’t stand in the way of the playwright’s parents getting together.
June 30, 2022 - July 10, 2022
A ROCK OPERA!
Stage Play by Martin T. Adam
Music by Marc Atkinson and Martin T. Adam
What the Buddha Never Taught is a musical celebration of the western encounter with Buddhism. Based on the book by Tim Ward, our story is set in a fictional international monastery populated by an assortment of western practitioners. The play takes audiences on a high-spirited musical ride through uncharted philosophical and spiritual waters. Eastern and western horizons fuse and open into silence.
A suspicious suicide greets an idealistic Canadian philosophy student upon arrival at an international Buddhist monastery, upsetting his plans for a life of quiet meditation. Intimations of murder, romance, and religious fascism wreak havoc in the young seeker’s mind as illusions are shattered and enlightenment achieved.
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