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The Emergency Monologues

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Event Name: The Emergency Monologues
Event Date(s): May 05, 2017
Location: Collingwood
EVENT_TIMES: 8pm
Website: Click here to visit
Description: The Emergency Monologues
by author and playwright Morgan Jones Phillips
May 5 – doors open at 7:30, show at 8pm
$20 at the door or by calling 705-796-0515
contact moganjonesphillips@gmail.com to reserve
Simcoe Street Theatre, Collingwood

The Emergency Monologues is a storytelling adventure about what it’s really like to be a paramedic. Based on 13 years of experience (and current ACP training) as a downtown paramedic, you’ll hear the stories that don’t make it to the news and nobody wants to see in a TV show.

With The Wheel of Misfortune deciding the fate of the evening, every night is a different show with different stories. If you’ve already seen it, you actually probably haven’t yet…

Winner of The Audience Choice award at SummerWorks.
Winner of Best of Fringe at The Toronto Fringe Festival.
Winner of Top Five Plays I Want to See Based on Their Press Photos at The Vancouver Fringe.
Top 10 plays that “may actually live up to the hype” by Globe and Mail.

Four stars from NOW Magazine, The Toronto Star and probably others…

The Emergency Monologues has been performed from Vancouver to Cape Breton (and a few places inbetween) to sold out crowds.

You’ll be amazed at how hard you’ll laugh at stories about blood, vomit and poo. Get your tickets today.

Email morganjonesphillips@gmail.com for reservations and more info. Or, talk to Collin Young, if you know him..