Tales of Challenge & Triumph (Kids Venue, p.19) – All performances cancelled
My Grandmother's Eyepatch (Venue 2 – p. 26) – Sunday, 24 7:30PM performance cancelled.
Robert Will Show You the Door (tales of being fired) (Venue 3, p.30)
Sunday, July 24 8:00 PM performance is cancelled.
I am the Most Unfeeling Doctor in the World (and other tales from the Emergency Room) (Venue 7 – p.48)
Sunday, July 24 2:45 PM performance will be taking place.
Eleanor's Story: An American Woman in Hitler's Germany (Venue 4, p.34)
Eleanor's Story, is a 60-minute show but is shown as a 45-minute show in the Master Schedule.
Namaste–Confessions of a Yoga Instructor (Venue 5, p. 36) updated to:
Buckets of Blood–Fairy tales not for kids
The Brothers Grimm are the most famous collectors of fairy tales, but back in the 19th century, stories for children were a lot scarier, blood thirsty and disturbing. Join British storyteller Eden Ballantyne as he retells a collection of some of the darker tales from the Grimms while letting you know of the bits popular fairy tales have censored for kids. What was Red Riding Hood really running from? And why was Cinderella’s glass slipper full of blood when she got it back? This certainly isn’t a Disney fairy story.
Venue 1 – John Hirsch Mainstage: Seating capacity has been reduced from 290 to 276 for Indifferently Reformed's production of Romeo & Juliet.
Venue 11 – Cre8ery: This venue is NOT air conditioned.
Venue 9 – The Output at Video Pool: Seating capacity changed to 60 seats
Venue 15 – Comedy at Wee Johnny's: Seating capacity changed to 65 seats
Venue 20 – The Studio at Théâtre Cercle Molière: Seating capacity changed to 56 seats