Concordia student in GLBT Theatre Festival

From the minds of two men come a one-man show David, which premiered this week at Montreal’s GLBT (Gay/Lesbian/Bi-/Trans) International Theatre festival, also known as the third Harvest festival. Village Scene Productions created the Harvest festival to focus on developing original work and to showcase new talent, describing it as a “cornucopia of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered arts.

From the minds of two men come a one-man show David, which premiered this week at Montreal’s GLBT (Gay/Lesbian/Bi-/Trans) International Theatre festival, also known as the third Harvest festival.

Village Scene Productions created the Harvest festival to focus on developing original work and to showcase new talent, describing it as a “cornucopia of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered arts.”

Bryn Symonds and Joseph Bembridge have been thrilled so far by audience reactions – both straight and gay – to their collaboration.

After Saturday night’s performance, huddled conversations lasted long after the stage lights went out, spilling out onto the sidewalk outside Th

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