The ADHD Project

Squirrel Suit Productions
The ADHD Project
Fringe
  • Dates: Aug 23, 2018 - Sep 2, 2018
  • Location: St. Andrew’s Kirk Hall (Fringe Venue 7)
  • Created: Carlyn Rhamey
  • Advance price: All Seats $11 + s/c
  • Door price: All Seats $11
  • Duration: 60 mins
  • Rating: PG 12+
  • Genre: Storytelling, comedy, solo
  • Country: Hamilton, ON

Award-winning storyteller Carlyn Rhamey shares the trials and triumphs of growing up a little bit “special” and embracing what makes us different; a hilariously honest journey exploring ADHD and celebrating neurodiversity. Enter Carlyn’s world of chaos, creativity, and combat with her mind. Ottawa Emerging Artist Award 2017 ★★★★ “CAPTIVATING” – OnStage Ottawa. “Rhamey’s comic timing is incredible” – Ireactions Toronto squirrelsuit.ca 

About the artist/company
Carlyn Rhamey is a storyteller, theatre creator and co-founder of Squirrel Suit Productions. She wrote and performed two storytelling shows SAOR (Best of Venue, Hamilton Fringe) and The ADHD Project (Ottawa Fringe Emerging Artist Award). Both received critical acclaim on the Fringe Festival circuit. Carlyn participated in the Hamilton Fringe ALERT (Artistic Leadership and Entrepreneurial Training) Program and recently won the GOLD Audience Choice Award in the HamilTEN Festival. Currently she is involved in two playwright units: FEMINISTA and The Junction with Theatre Aquarius. Carlyn is also an ADHD advocate, aspiring clown and Support Worker for adults with special needs.

Credits
Written & Performed by Carlyn Rhamey
Directed by Jon Paterson

Showtimes

Aug
28
Tuesday
06:45 pm
Aug
30
Thursday
05:16 pm
Aug
31
Friday
05:30 pm
Sep
01
Saturday
08:30 pm
Sep
02
Sunday
07:30 pm

Tickets

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St. Andrew’s Kirk Hall (Fringe Venue 7)
680 Courtney Street,
Victoria, BC
Phone: (250) 383-2663

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