SCUM: A MANIFESTO

  • By S.E. Grummett and Caitlin Zacharias

    Produced by Scantily Glad Theatre


  • Mar 8th – 10th & 14th – 17th, 2019

    Pay-what-you-can Preview Mar 7th

    Thursdays through Saturdays @ 8pm

    Sundays @ 2pm

    In 1967, Valeria Solanas wrote Society for Cutting Up Men, a manifesto suggesting that in order for women to be truly liberated, they must overthrow the government and exterminate the male sex. Juxtaposed with the story of two women navigating the trendy world of modern feminism, SCUM takes a playful look at radicalism, feminists, and the wild life of the woman who shot pop-art legend Andy Warhol.

    Plays at The Refinery - 609 Dufferin Ave. Saskatoon 

  • Scantily Glad Theatre is a feminist and queer company from Saskatoon. Founded in 2014, we create original theatre that tackles important socio-political issues and tells female-driven and queer stories often overlooked by mainstream theatre. Look for their new shows: Girl in the Box and Pack Animals at Fringe festivals across Canada in summer 2018. www.scantilygladtheatre.com

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