Scapegoat Carnivale is asking for your help

Oedipus_171015-03_B&W-crop2Thanks to the generous support of our donors, we staged our first development phase of Oedipus at the Centaur Theatre with three sold-out performances. Featuring original music performed by the Montreal Artists Choir, Choeur Maha, and Zakynthines Phones Choir, and an all-Montreal cast, it was described as “the theatrical event of the Fall season,” and Gazette critic Jim Burke said: “I was reminded of what a devastatingly effective play Oedipus is.”

Our upcoming projects include an adaptation of Sapientia by the 10th century playwright Roswitha of Gandersheim in collaboration with Winnipeg-based director Mia van Leeuwen, and Yev, a new play by Alison Darcy and Joseph Shragge about a hermit living in the Siberian taiga.

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We are asking for your support. As a nonprofit, we rely on people like you to help us in bringing quality theatre to the stage and contributing to Montreal’s vibrant arts scene.

In partnership with Conseil des arts de Montréal, we can provide a tax receipt for your cheque of $100 or more. Please mail us a cheque payable to Conseil des arts de Montréal, and include a signed Donation Form. Please leave the “Memo” or “Re:” section of your cheque blank. Also please note that tax receipts will be issued for the 2018 calendar year. For a non-tax-deductible donation of less than $100, you can donate via PayPal or mail us a cheque payable to Scapegoat Carnivale.




Cheques and signed donation forms should be mailed to:

Scapegoat Carnivale Theatre
4-114 rue Bernard O
Montreal QC  H2T 2K1
Canada

Thank you for your support. We couldn’t do this without you.


Coming in 2018