#61 – Sandra Shamas
Sandra Shamas is one of Canada’s most celebrated artists; she produced her first performance of My Boyfriend’s Back and There’s Gonna Be Laundry in 1987. Two more Laundry shows followed and the Laundry trilogy was published, shortlisted for the Governor General’s Award for English-Language Drama, and nominated for the Stephen Leacock Award for Humour. Next the three-part Wit’s End chronicled her divorce, her move from big city to country living and farming life, and climbing menopause mountain.
Looking at life on the other side of 50 with her brilliant wit, candid insights and hilarious physicality, THE BIG ‘WHAT NOW?’ is a personal journey of discovery with universal appeal. Because it‟s . . . 2017 women are finally talking about climbing menopause mountain, living life on their own terms, and asking „just WTF is next?‟ With earnest gratitude Sandra is honest, gutsy, wistful, and very, very funny
THE BIG ‘WHAT NOW?’ runs until February 19 at the Fleck Dance Theatre, in Toronto.