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In Your Eyes Projects Ticket Information
In Your Eyes Projects in partnership with Algoma University present
IF WE WERE BIRDS
Feb. 21 & 22. 8 pm
Feb. 23. 2 pm (matinee)
Feb. 27, 28 & 29. 8 pm
The Shingwauk Auditorium @ Algoma University
All tickets are available at the Sault Community Theatre Box Office in the Station Mall or online at their website (link below). To call the Box Office in order to make inquiries phone: 705.945.7299.
There is limited seated for each performance so we suggest that you buy your tickets early once they are on sale. All tickets are general admission. Tickets are also available at the door provided the production is not sold out. If you wish to procure reserved seating now for our productions please go here and select from the options and become a member of the IYE family.
Groups over 10: Adult$25/Senior $20/Students$10
We don’t want to spoil anyone’s experience of this incredible Canadian play and as a result avoid giving too much away when promoting the play. It’s often the unexpected, shared moments and plot twists that capture the audience and create the debate and conversation beyond the performance.
However we’re also conscious that these moments can be particularly distressing for some individuals. If there are certain themes that you know would cause you extreme distress which could cause you discomfort and you’d like to contact us to find out more about a show before you buy your ticket, you can call contact us here.
Buy Your Tickets Online
Click the play (graphic below) to purchase tickets and it will bring you to the Community Theatre Box Office website.
The fiercely riveting Canadian play If We Were Birds, brilliantly written by Erin Shields, will be presented in February 2020 by In Your Eyes Projects, in conjunction with Algoma University.
Shields' Governor General Award-winning play masterfully weaves myth with reality employing Shakespearean level satire, dark humour and drama while revisiting some of the most chilling moments in history.
This play contains strong language and mature themes and is not suitable for children.