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July 29, 2021 - August 7, 2021

Mine to Have

Hosted by Listen to Dis' Community Arts Organization, The Other Ordinary (TOO)

Mine to Have is an edgy, sexy romp of an exploration that reveals how relationships flourish, fall apart, and survive in a world that denies pleasure. It promises to take you in like a lover and leave you wanting more. Created by The Other Ordinary, Canada’s only travelling crip theatre company, and Listen to Dis (LTD’), Saskatchewan’s only disability-led arts non-profit, Mine to Have was first performed as part of the Globe Theatre‘s 2018 Shumiatcher Sandbox Series. With content warnings for coarse language, sexual situations, and disabled people having fun, this show will challenge what you think about disabled people and intimacy.

 The Other Ordinary (TOO) is Canada’s only company of touring disabled artists. TOO was founded in 2015 after the original members met during a University of Regina class co-taught by Listen to Dis’ artistic director Traci Foster. The company has toured throughout Saskatchewan, held two sold-out runs at Regina’s Globe Theatre, and produced acclaimed work that proves the value of disability culture in the prairies.

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ASL interpretation and closed captioning will be provided.

Organizations

Listen to Dis' Community Arts Organization

Listen to Dis' Community Arts Organization Inc. is Saskatchewan's first and only not for profit disability-led disability arts organization based in Regina. Listen to Dis Community Arts Organization Inc. is a non-profit organization that equips and enables people with disabilities to create and participate in art, for the betterment of their health, for recreation, and for the development of themselves as emerging and professional artists.

The Other Ordinary (TOO)

The Other Ordinary (TOO) is Canada’s only company of touring disabled artists. TOO was founded in 2015 after the original members met during a University of Regina class co-taught by Listen to Dis’ artistic director Traci Foster. The company has toured throughout Saskatchewan, held two sold-out runs at Regina’s Globe Theatre, and produced acclaimed work that proves the value of disability culture in the prairies.