Guelph Civic Museum, 52 Norfolk St
Thursday 6:30 pm, Friday 9:30 pm, Saturday 1 pm
“What is happiness except the simple harmony between a man and the life he lives” --Albert Camus.
The taxi driver. The lover. The husband. The actor. One bound, one rejected, one released, one applauded; all suffering. But from the heart of suffering springs inspiration. Atonal Heart is four monologues by people searching for the key to hope, forgiveness and happiness.
Vigilante Etiquette: Tied to a chair, a man has to teach his unseen captor a thing or two about the unspoken rules of taking on the role of a vigilante.
Two Weeks Notice: A bedridden romantic opens up about the pain of a lost love.
Down the Plughole: In the life of a comedian ‘laughter is the best medicine’ - but what if it is the only medicine?
And the Winner Is: Brandon has won an award and now he wants to say something meaningful with his acceptance speech.
By turns funny, poignant, tragic and heartfelt, these monologues shine a light on humanity in moments of raw vulnerability.
Self-harm and suicide, Kidnapping and abduction, Death or dying, Pregnancy/childbirth, Miscarriages/abortion, Swears or curses