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The Ministry of Mundane Mysteries: Summer Passport logo in black text in a circle with a pink telephone receiver

Event Access

  • ASL interpretationASL interpretation
  • Audio descriptionAudio description
Tickets

June 8, 2020 - July 4, 2020

Ministry of Mundane Mysteries: Summer Passport

Hosted by SummerWorks Performance Festival

June 8 – July 4

Finding yourself with a little time on your hands? Missing the uplift of live arts and culture? Is there a friend, a relative or a kid in your life who could use a daily dose of adventure? The meticulous mavericks at The Ministry of Mundane Mysteries have got you covered.

As part of SummerWorks’ expanded summer programming, we are presenting a month of entirely free experiences from Outside the March’s The Ministry of Mundane Mysteries. For the first time ever, the experience will now be available outside of North America and accessible to d/Deaf audiences.

Book a personalized, weeklong subscription to this auditory adventure for yourself or a loved one. Or better yet, book a two-household experience and remotely connect with your friends and family as you experience the mystery unfold at the same time.

This customized improvised narrative experience unfolds over a week’s worth of short daily phone calls, as our intrepid private investigators delve into your very own micro mystery using the investigative power of good conversation.
More information

Ministry experiences performed in ASL will be available for booking June 1. If you have questions about ASL performances, please contact outreach@summerworks.ca.

Organization

  • SummerWorks Performance Festival

    401 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON M5V 3A8, Canada

    info@summerworks.ca

    SummerWorks is widely recognized as one of the most important platforms for launching new work in Canada. We are interested in continuously re-imagining and innovating the possibilities of performance- how it is created, presented and experienced. SummerWorks presents two Festivals annually, Progress International Festival of performance and ideas, and SummerWorks Performance Festival.