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John Galt and the Instant City
November 8, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm$20
Two performances: Friday, November 8, 7 p.m. and Saturday, November 9, 2 p.m.
Tickets in advance | $20 + HST
Meet the creators, cast and crew
Mike Ford is a Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal-awarded singer-songwriter, whose bilingual Canada Needs You, Flames Across the Border and le retour d’étienne brûlé concerts have been performed in schools across Ontario. A member of the pop group Moxy Früvous in the ‘90s and co-creator of The Cocksure Lads, Mike has released five acclaimed solo Canadian history-themed albums. He previously partnered with Guelph Museums on the McCrae House Backyard Theatre presentation of Sons of ’17 – a production which subsequently toured Belgium and France in 2018.
Murray Foster is an award-winning singer-songwriter, filmmaker, musician, music producer, teacher, writer, speaker, and founder of Toronto Songwriting School. Known to many as a member of the pop groups Moxy Früvous and Great Big Sea, and as co-creator of the simply terrific band The Cocksure Lads, Murray is a sought-after navigator of the creative world, weaving together his experiences in music, film, and theatre. He made his Guelph Museums debut at McCrae House Backyard Theatre in Sons of ’17 in 2016.
Alex Jacobs-Blum is a band member of Six Nations of the Grand River Territory of the Lower Cayuga Nation. She is also mixed European ancestry. Alex holds a Bachelor of Photography from Sheridan College, and her artwork has been exhibited in Ontario and in South Korea. Alex is the Indigenous Community Relations Coordinator at Guelph Museums, guiding and supporting the Museum in its decentering efforts.
2019 marks the 240th birthday of John Galt, colonist and founder of Guelph. Take part in the conversation at Guelph Museums through a series of events that reimagine our city today and in the future.
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