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Runs from Wednesday February 21 2024 to Saturday March 9 2024

Approximate running time: 2 hours

Venue

Guild Hall
27 14th Avenue E
Whitehorse YT Y1A 6K9

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Ticket Pricing:

Regular Admission: $28.00

All Wednesdays- pay-what-you-decide ($5.00 - $35.00)


Content Advisory: Recommended ages 14+. Mustard is a wonderfully funny play with some mature content and themes. It includes swearing, teenage pregnancy, sex, alcoholism as well as onstage violence and an onstage suicide attempt. Please reach out to guildproducer@gmail.com if you have questions about content.

Mustard by Kat Sandler

Guild doors open 7:30 pm

Doors to theatre open 7:45 pm

Show starts 8:00 pm



- Performances are Wednesday thru Saturday evenings

- Masks-mandatory preview: Wednesday February 21

- Opening night: Thursday February 22

- ASL interpretation available on request: Wednesday, February 28



For patrons who prefer an environment with masking to lower chances of Covid-19 transmission, we are holding a mask-mandatory, pay-what-you-decide preview performance on Wednesday February 21. On this evening, all audience members are required to wear medical masks in the theatre space and when not seated in the bar area. Masks will be available at the door. If you prefer to not wear a mask, please attend on another night of the run.

We are also offering a performance with ASL interpretation by request on Wednesday February 28th. If you are a member of the Deaf or hard-of-hearing community and would like ASL interpretation at this show, you must contact the YAC box office by February 21st to let them know you will be attending. You can email the box office at boxoffice@yac.ca.

Featuring:

Max McLarnon, Greg Murdoch, Lucy Charlton O’Connor, Josh Schroeder, Brenna Symanski, Carolyn Westberg

Production team:

Director: Reid Vanier

Stage manager: Erica Ward

Assistant Stage Manager: Paisley Schroeder

Set designer: Lea-Ann McNally

Lighting designer: Martin Nishikawa

Costume designer: Kaori Torigai

Props designer: Annie Johnsgaard

Sound designer and technical director: Hannah Mazurek

Head carpenter: Al Loewen

Fight choreographer: Sam Ruddy

Production manager: Odile Nelson

Artistic director: Brian Fidler

General manager: Breagha Fraser



Show description:

Winner of the 2016 Dora Mavor Moore Award for outstanding new play!

Mustard shouldn’t still be here, but they are. Imaginary friends don’t normally stay with their person until that person is a troubled teenager and Imaginary friends certainly don’t suddenly become visible to their person’s mom and then go on a date with them, either. But Mustard is special, at least that’s what they think. A twisted fairy tale about friendship, moving on and finding magic where you least expect it. MUSTARD premiered at the Tarragon Theatre in Toronto, ON, in February 2016. MUSTARD is staged by arrangement with Emma Laird, GGA, www.ggagency.ca

Help keep our performers healthy. If you are not feeling well or showing any symptoms of a cold, flu or Covid-19, please stay home. If you contact the Yukon Arts Centre box office before the start of the night you have tickets for, you can rebook your tickets or receive a full refund. Please contact the Yukon Arts Centre box office at 867-667-8574 to do so.

*IF A PERFORMANCE SAYS 'SOLD OUT' there may be tickets available at the Guild Hall door the night of.

Visit guildhall.ca for more information on the Guild’s current Covid policies.
Sponsors and funders: Government of Yukon, Lotteries Yukon, City of Whitehorse, Kilrich Building Centres, Whitehorse Motors, Yukon Brewing and JP&Co