Almost Live | You Can’t Get There From Here

Wednesday May 5, 2021 at 6:30 pm Pacific Time via Zoom

We’ll share a selection of short audio plays from Toronto’s Factory Theatre new series of audio theatrical works. You Can’t Get There From Here offers listeners fresh perspectives on familiar Toronto landmarks and neighbourhoods and glimpses into the micro-dramas occurring each day around us, hidden in plain sight.

Each episode offers a new, self-contained story and a vivid audio experience from each of our five playwrights and the series features the vocal talents of over 20 artists and the writing talents of some of Canada’s most creative minds: Anusree Roy, Matthew MacKenzie, Yvette Nolan, Keith Barker, and Luke Reece.

Helping us navigate the Toronto scene are special guests and Torontonians Christine Malec and JJ Hunt. Christine and JJ currently host the popular Talk Description To Me podcast series and have ventured on many described walks of the city together.

The VocalEye virtual lobby opens at 6:30 pm Pacific Time for some socializing and community updates with host Amy Amantea. The pre-show introduction will begin at 6:45 pm with Amy and special guests Christine and JJ. The show begins at 7 pm with a running time of approximately 75 minutes, followed by conversation, Q and A and a prize draw.

Register here for your VocalEye Zoom invitation or call 604-364-5949. 

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Christine Malec is an Arts and Culture consultant. Her work recently has been in making arts, culture, and ideas more available to members of the blind and partially sighted community, and promoting her own artistic work in the gig economy. She runs music and culture groups for blind and partially sighted adults through the CNIB Foundation. She hosts a monthly segment on AMI Audio’s Kelly and Company called Curious Minds. She also has a Patreon Page that features her own creative work, music, writing, and audio documentaries.

JJ Hunt is a freelance writer, narrator and producer of described material for the vision impaired with twenty years’ experience creating descriptive content for film, television, digital media, fine arts, live events, tours, podcasts, and interactive workshops.