Flying in the Dark - Kim Kilpatrick
Théâtre Sainte-Catherine presents

Flying in the Dark - Kim Kilpatrick

October 29th 2021
8:00 pm – 10:00 pm / Doors: 7:30 pm

264, rue Sainte-Catherine Est, Montréal, QC, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact Théâtre Sainte-Catherine at theatrestecatherine@gmail.com or at +1 514-284-3939.

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Flying in the Dark

Kim Kilpatrick

 

Flying in the Dark is an autobiographical tale about living and thriving as a blind person in a sighted world. With humour, wit, a deeply felt sense of the ridiculous and considerable courage, Kim Kilpatrick guides her listeners through the experiences of a fiercely independent blind child. She shares her boundless enthusiasm for acquiring the skills she needs to be self-sufficient, chronicling the process of becoming an adult with new potentials opening and new complexities revealed. Is there darkness? Yes, but it comes mainly from others: those who patronize her, who will not accept her competence. In response, she has created Flying in the Dark as a deep, funny, but gentle adventure. Through her show, she brings her audiences an evening of insight and entertainment.

 

Initiated by the Montreal Intercultural Storytelling Festival, this series is made possible with the support of the government of Canada through the Support for Workers in Live Arts and Music Sectors Fund

 

Photo credit : Joan Anderson

 

 

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Contribution volontaire à la porte


Flying in the Dark

Kim Kilpatrick

 

Flying in the Dark is an autobiographical tale about living and thriving as a blind person in a sighted world. With humour, wit, a deeply felt sense of the ridiculous and considerable courage, Kim Kilpatrick guides her listeners through the experiences of a fiercely independent blind child. She shares her boundless enthusiasm for acquiring the skills she needs to be self-sufficient, chronicling the process of becoming an adult with new potentials opening and new complexities revealed. Is there darkness? Yes, but it comes mainly from others: those who patronize her, who will not accept her competence. In response, she has created Flying in the Dark as a deep, funny, but gentle adventure. Through her show, she brings her audiences an evening of insight and entertainment.

 

Initiated by the Montreal Intercultural Storytelling Festival, this series is made possible with the support of the government of Canada through the Support for Workers in Live Arts and Music Sectors Fund

 

Photo credit : Joan Anderson

 

 

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