Get Theatre Inconnu to New York City

Enjoy an intimate performance and cocktail reception at Merlin's Sun Home Theatre and help Clayton Jevne get to NYC.

Theatre Inconnu's Clayton Jevne is bringing Moscow Stations to New York City, but he needs your help. He's having a fundraising show at Merlin's Sun Home Theatre Sat, Nov. 5.

Theatre Inconnu’s Clayton Jevne is having an intimate fundraising performance of Moscow Stations at Merlin’s Sun Home Theatre Sat, Nov. 5, complete with caviar and cocktail reception after the show. Jevne has been invited to perform Moscow Stations at the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City, something he hopes provincial and federal arts councils will take note of when they consider funding for next year. Admission is $30 and there are few seats left. Contact 250-598-7488 for reservations.

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