Perhaps in a Hundred Years, by Chad Dembski, Ame Henderson and Jacob Zimmer

PERHAPS IN A HUNDRED YEARS (Small Wooden Shoe)

I’m riding around the city listening to voices from six years ago. The voices of Chad, Ame and I performing Perhaps in a Hundred Years at Cafe Esperanza in Montreal at the end of our Eastern Canada mini-van tour in the winter of 2005.

Over the years since, we’ve talked about bringing the show back. About wanting to spend that time together again, wanting people to see this thing that meant so much to us. And now we are. Original venue, original cast.

Perhaps is so optimistic, so gentle and vulnerable. Three friends alone in a room together, stuck in a heat wave, making a play about three friends alone in a room together, stuck in outer space. There’s a lot of music. There are interviews, aliens, Linus Pauling and tricks involving fire and tea bags. There’s an earnestness that is nerve-wracking to return to. It’s a little bit Godot, a little bit Dedicated to the Revolutions, a little bit freezie induced sugar rush. It’s the beginning of something.

We’re going to play it as a period piece, where the period is 2005 and a science fiction show made by three people fighting isolation in Toronto. A time probably not so distant from now.

– Jacob Zimmer, Artistic Director of Small Wooden Shoe

Perhaps in a Hundred Years – Summerworks Trailer from Small Wooden Shoe on Vimeo.

Thursday August 4th 7:00 PM Friday August 5th 9:00 PM Saturday August 6th 5:00 PM Sunday August 7th 5:00 PM Monday August 8th 7:00 PM Wednesday August 10th 7:00 PM Thursday August 11th 9:00 PM Friday August 12th 7:00 PM Saturday August 13th 7:00 PM Sunday August 14th 3:00 PM

At Hub 14 – 14 Markham St (@Queen)

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