Thursday, July 9 @ 9pm EDT/ 6pm PDT

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What to Wear Productions I Toronto, ON

By Chloë Whitehorn I Directed by Kendra Jones

Amelia's missed some things over the years, mainly her mom’s questionable relationship with her high school neighbor. In a dizzying journey of crayons, circus acts and lavender martinis, Dressing Amelia is a lovingly penned letter for the mothers and daughters seeking to connect through states of mania and inherited trauma.

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Chloë Whitehorn (Playwright): Described as ""Dorothy Parker meets Neil Labute"",  Chloë Whitehorn is a writer, actor, and underwater photographer. A graduate of Queen's University's theatre program, Chloë’s work often examines taboo moralities, tragic love, and the licentious desires and imaginative reasoning of human beings. Her plays include ""Mourning After the Night Before"", ""The Pigeon"", “Love, Virtually” (Best of Fringe, Toronto 2011), “The Frank Diary of Anne”, ""The Deepest Trench"", ""Divine Wrecks"", “Dressing Amelia”, ""Clarissa on her Deathbed"", and “How to Not Die Horribly in a Fire"", and have played across North America."

Kendra Jones (Director): A director, creator, and dramaturg, Kendra Jones graduated with Distinction from the MA Text & Performance at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), London, and holds a BA(Hons) in Theatre Performance from the University of Winnipeg where she has also been guest faculty. Born in Winnipeg, Canada, and first trained as a dancer, Kendra spent years as an award-winning competitive dancer, then an actor, before gradually moving into Directing. Favourite directing credits include I, Malvolio (impel theatre), Sea Wall, 4.48 Psychosis (Theatre By the River), Watching Glory Die (Love2Theatre Company), Sweet Mama and the Salty Muns (Alumnae Theatre/Whiskey Ginger Collective)

Victoria Urquhart (Amelia):  Victoria is a queer, mad actor and director born and raised in Caledon and trained in the University of Windsor's B.F.A. Acting Program. She is also the artistic director of the Spur-Of-The-Moment Shakespeare Collective and the Curator for the Shakespeare-In-Hospitals Program. She is a fringe-frequenter with a passion for new play development and pastiche. Other credits include Sheri in Theatre Artaud's Grab 'Em By The Pussy, Crystal in Theatre By The Bay's The Five Points, and Pompey in Thought For Food Theatre's Measure For Measure. Film appearances include Nicole in Bristow Globe Media's Haunted Hospitals, Lauren in Blackout Media's That's Not Me. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @G_nitenet

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