Valerie Sing Turner performs in William Butler Yeats' “Beggars at the Waters of Immortality”

My friend Valerie Sing Turner is in a play…
 
…and thought you might like
to know about it! It's a really cool piece of theatre
called BEGGARS AT THE WATERS OF IMMORTALITY – three
one-act plays by the celebrated Irish poet/playwright William Butler
Yeats – and in addition to acting, I do movement, sing and play my
flute! The likelihood of you ever seeing Yeats' work staged again in
Vancouver is pretty slim, so I hope you can take in a performance.
Details below…
 
Hope you're well!
 
Cheers, Valerie

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BEGGARS AT THE WATERS OF IMMORTALITY
Three one-act plays by William Butler Yeats.

A
son discovers his father's bitter past, two irreverent beggars search
for a miracle, and the siren call of immortality beckons from an
enchanted spring. Three unconventional stories fusing myth, music and
dance from the celebrated father of Irish poetry and theatre: “At the
Hawk's Well”,”The Cat and the Moon”, and “Purgatory”.

Directed
by Anthony F. Ingram, featuring Donnard MacKenzie, Bill Moysey, Kyle
Rideout, Varya Rubin and Valerie Sing Turner, with stage management by
Lynnette Candy.

January 14-29, 2005
Tuesday – Saturday at 8:00, Saturday matinees at 2:00

Tickets: $24-28, matinees $14; Tuesdays Pay-What-You-Will; Equity price $14 any show

Pacific Theatre, 1420 West 12th Avenue (at Hemlock)
Tickets/info: 604/731-5518

Presented by Dumb Prophet Equity Co-op, an Equity-approved co-op.

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