Inside/Out: A Prison Memoir at the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival
Join us at the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival for Inside/Out, a memoir about life in the Canadian prison system.
Inside/Out follows Patrick Keating’s journey as a child growing up in Montreal, getting into drugs and crime, entering the juvenile detention system at the age of 16, and serving a total of three sentences, one for bank robbery. Patrick’s honest and engaging delivery of his funny, sad, and stirring true story helps dismantle our ideas of what a ‘criminal’ looks like – and helps us better understand how language, race, and class play a very real part in our lives as Canadians. It’s about a man’s search for community: the community of the street, the community of prison, and of the theatre.
There will be post-show talkbacks after each performance hosted by Pivot Legal Society with Prisoners’ Legal Services.
January 17–21, 2018
80 minutes, no intermission
7:00PM (January 17–20)
2:00PM (January 21)
There will be a captioned performance on Sunday, January 21st at 2:00 pm for Deaf, deaf and hard of hearing.
Regular tickets are $39 (incl. taxes) | Group tickets (10 or more) are only $28.20! BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE For questions or accessibility concerns, please contact Accessible PuSh Coordinator Anika Vervecken: firstname.lastname@example.org | 604.605.8284 ext. 204