To See or Not To See on VocalEye, a Described Play by Ruth Bieber

To CCB BC-Yukon Division Members and Friends,

Hello, sending you an unique opportunity to hear one of our own; Ruth Bieber’s play “To See or Not To See” will be featured on VocalEye’s Almost Live on Wednesday evening March 10, 2021 via Zoom.

Born in 1956, playwright Ruth Bieber second daughter of post World War II immigrant parents begins life in rural Alberta.  The farm life, her Father’s dream, holds devastating consequences for the six-week old infant, her Mother, and ultimately the family as a whole.  Bieber’s filmed-version ensemble production takes us into the story of one woman’s courageous and soul-searching journey of adventure, discovery, and ultimate forgiveness.  The memoir, although intensely personal, is universal in its dramatic and historic appeal.  The production uses the magic of the Vision quest as circular motif.

Complete with verbal description for blind viewers, join VocalEye Almost Live Events, showcasing Bieber’s FILMED-VERSION play on March 10, Wednesday at 6:30 PM PST/7:30 PM MST.  To receive the VocalEye zoom link for all their accessible, virtual weekly arts events, send an email to:

events@vocaleye.ca

Tell them you wish to receive their zoom link, where you are from, and if you are a member of the blind or low vision community.  Sighted guests are very welcome as well, but again, please indicate as VocalEye requires these details for their statistics.  All programming is free, with donations gratefully accepted!

Preshow Mingling:

Join HOST Amy Amantea FOR SOME Preshow mingling beginning at 6:30 PM PST, with production details at 6:45 PM.  Description provided by describer, Eileen Barrett; showtime 7:00 PM, PST.  Join host Amy Amantea, playwright Ruth Bieber, and actor Janet Anderson for post-show discussion and some Q and A.  Program running time approximately 90 minutes.  Be sure to check your junk folder if you have not received a reminder email on the day of the event.

Ruth Bieber M.Ed. Theatre Artist, Playwright, Author, Visual Artist.
Creston, BC

Please let us know if you need any further information or assistance:

Ann McNabb, President

Canadian Council of the Blind (CCB)

BC-Yukon Division

T: 604-795-7230

E: ann4council@telus.net

PO Box 531 Postal Station Main Chilliwack BC  V2P 7V5

T: 604-795-3885 or                                 TF: 1-800-874-4666

E: ccbbc-yukondivision@telus.net          W: ccbbcyukon.com

 

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