Brown Wasp pulls you into the funny, self-deprecating world of Sarah St. John
a Canadian woman in the throes of an edgy inner journey through illness, healing and redemption.
Sarah, with husband in tow, travels to Manitou Springs, Saskatchewan, hoping for a cure in the spa’s restorative waters. Sarah’s reflections on the horrors of disease and her ravaged physical body are both wickedly funny and beautifully evocative.
Performer Megan McArton is “seamless, stirring, a joy to behold” .(Rory Runnells, Winnipeg Free Press) Brown Wasp, by Meah Martin, was the winner of the Canadian National Playwriting Competition award for a one-act play in 2000. Recently the play has been updated for a 2023 audience and is now a fringe favourite, touring the festival circuit.
September 14th @ 7PM
Upper Performance Centre
Purchase Tickets Here or at the Door | No Available With Our Reservation Line
Pay at the door by card, cash or cheque.
At this time, we are not able to make reservations on line, but if you phone our reservation line, they will be more than happy to help you. Shows start at 7:30pm (2pm for matinees); doors open 45 minutes prior to performance.
Accessible seating is available in the MainStage Performance Area. There is wheelchair accessibility at the new entrance off the parking lot on the east side of the building. Reserved parking by this door. Accessible washroom on site.
The Upper Performance Centre is currently not wheelchair accessible. A chair lift is available for use.
CentreStage is a scent-free environment.