Country Song

Lee-Anne Poole
Country Song
  • Dates: Jun 22, 2017 - Jun 24, 2017
  • Location: Intrepid Theatre Club
  • Performed: Lee-Anne Poole
  • Advance price: $20
  • Door price: $20
  • Duration: 45 mins
  • Rating: Coarse language
  • Genre: musical, storytelling
  • Country: Halifax

Country Song premiered at Halifax’s Queer Acts Theatre Festival, toured to The Dublin International Gay Theatre Festival, and opened for singer/songwriter Rae Spoon. It’s award winning playwright Lee-Ann Poole’s love letter to country music. From sharing her own stabs at the genre to stories of her father, Country Song conquers some fears and re-imagines who you can be.

“Poole had the audience eating from her hands from the first strum of her guitar” -The Coast 

“spellbinds audiences” -Chronicle Herald

Written and performed by Lee-Anne Poole, Directed by Dustin Harvey

About the artist:Lee-Anne Poole is a playwright and arts producer in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Poole am the author of the plays: Splinters, The Obedients, Short Skirt Butch, Talk Sexxxy, and Country Song. A recipient of the CFAT Media Arts Scholarship and a past winner of The Mayors Award for Emerging Theatre Artist. Most recently, Poole wrote and performed the autobiographical solo show Country Song at The Queer Acts Theatre Festival and premiered Talk Sexxxy: the not so sexy journal of a phone sex operator at The Mayworks Festival and toured Short Skirt Butch and Country Song to The Dublin International Gay Theatre Festival. Poole is presently working on two new plays titled Pony Play and Promises.

For more information on works by Poole visit


Thurs June 22 7pm
Sat June 24 7pm


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