Tangled Peterborough

A photograph of two men standing angled slightly away from the camera. The men are Justin Many Fingers and Brian Solomon. Justin is closer to the camera and has his right arm bent towards his hip, and his hand in a fist. His left arm is bent at the elbow reaching upwards. Slightly to the right and behind is Brian. Brian has both his arms bent at the elbow and reaching upwards. Brian’s right hand is smaller than his left hand. They are both wearing tank tops and shorts. Behind them is a red bicycle. On the left side of the poster, in two lines, are the words: What’s Left Of Us in an all caps, pink and white font, that looks like a neon sign.

What’s Left Of Us

Co-Created and Performed by Justin Many Fingers and Brian Solomon

“Two 2 spirited ndn’s, with only two hands between them. A gloriously deranged world of dance, storytelling, and the unexpected things that make you sexy.”

Friday September 29, 2017
8PM – 10PM
Nozhem Theatre, Trent University, Peterborough
Free

Program duration is 30 minutes with reception to follow.

For more information, visit our Facebook Event Page by clicking here

ACCESS
Wheelchair accessible, ASL Interpretation, and Live Description, Service Animals welcome, please refrain from using scented products, help make this a scent-free environment

CONTACT
Cara Eastcott
cara@tangledarts.org
Joeann Argue
jargue@trentu.ca
705-930-5545

SPONSORS
Ontario Trillium Foundation, Ontario Arts Council

COMMUNITY PARTNERS
Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies, Indigenous Performance Studies, Trent University, Public Energy, Electric City Council