Hermione Presents Interdisciplinary Arts Productions
SpringWorks: indie theatre & arts festival                                                                                                          may 8-18, 2014

SpringWorks 2012- (below) for 2013 SpringWorks here

In 2012,  we presented a range of children's programming, music, cabaret, staged and full cast readings of new plays and works-in-progress and our visual art showcase.
At Factory163, 163 King Street, Stratford

Programming- more details and links being added daily
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Children's - Kindergarden to grade 6 ♥

  • The Search for Planet Groove-
    The Other Hand Puppet Troupe- Join Super Funk and his friends as they search for where Count Otto Von Toon has taken all the music with real soul.
     

    Theatre: Young Audience- Family
  • Beautiful Joe-
    is a play with a passionate message. It is a moving, funny, heart-warming tale for the whole family—set in a distinctly Canadian landscape.

    Plays and Staged Play Readings   new play reading

  • Confessions of a Fairy's Daughter-
    Alison Wearing’s true story of growing up with a gay father. Balancing intimacy, history and downright hilarity, this fascinating story is a celebration of love.

  • Dianne & Me-
    Winner of the 2009 Canadian National Playwrighting Award and starring award-winning actress, Elena Juatco, this powerful solo show was “A Must See” at last year’s Vancouver Fringe Festival.

  • Forgiving Peter Pan-
    An adaptation of JM Barrie's haunting novel, by Marion Adler and Scott Wentworth whose award winning work has been produced in the West End and off Broadway.

  • Give It Up-
    By Donna-Michelle St. Bernard (New Harlem Productions)

  • Giving Into Light-
    HILARIOUS multi-award winning monologue by bestselling author Alison Wearing. “...a perfect gem of a show...” The Visitorium. “...remarkable...” Halifax Chronicle Herald. “...beautiful to behold.” livefringe/span

  • The Hours That Remain-
    Keith Barker’s lyrical, magical tale of loss and survival implies the stories of the Highway of Tears in BC. “Beautifully moving, thought provoking and up-lifting.”

  • The Marvel of His Days-
    Created and performed by Lesley Walker -Fitzpatrick, directed by Peggy Coffey

  • The Sabbatical- By Robyn Wright

  • The Tank Range Project-

      Circus Cabaret and Theatre