Squirrel Suit Productions
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Squirrel Suit Productions!
We are an independent theatre company aiming to create, collaborate, support & make a positive impact!
We love to create new and innovative work to promote thought, discussion and very often laughter :)
Collaboration is a beautiful thing in the arts! We believe artists were meant to build each other up. Regardless of ability or stage in your process, everyone has something to offer an ensemble. Our philosophy is simple, "look to your left, look to your right, those two people will make you a better actor".
We support other emerging artists like ourselves. We are nothing without our community! We strive to promote other's projects and productions and see as much new work by other passionate teams as often as we can. We are dedicated in supporting not only fellow independent artists, but any and all new companies and businesses who were brave enough to set out on their creative path!
We aim to make a positive impact on our community. Many of our past shows involved raising awareness on different social justice issues in our world today. But we want to do more than just raise awareness. Through volunteer initiatives and projects we strive to make a real difference and promote change in our communities!
Praise for "Saor (Free)"
2016 CAFF Fringe circuit
Written/Performed by Carlyn Rhamey
Directed by Melanie White
Hamilton Fringe Festival: BEST OF VENUE - WINNER
"Rhamey's lively little Irish warrior has an endearingly awkward charm sure to win you over" - View
"Rhamey's boundless energy on stage is infectious" - Hamilton Today
"Part Eat, Pray, Love part Bridesmaids, you can't help but fall in love with Rhamey for baring it all" - Raise the Hammer (review #2)
For an adult audience who enjoy laughter and a gut-busting good time. Anyone with a sense of adventure or love for travel! If you’ve been mortified in your lifetime, drink too much, or love seems to be out of your reach. This is your show. If you have a Irish or Scottish background, you’ll enjoy stories of history and the highlands from someone who has no fascinating cultural background what-so-ever. Prominent themes include: Comedy, adventure, humiliation, and the possibility of dying alone in spinsteristy and being eaten by cats.