Funny plays about dating
Rébecca Déraspe: Playwright Leanna Brodie: Translator CASTMélanie Beauchamp: Bridget David Brown: Jeremy Katie Bunting: Chloe CREATIVE TEAMAL Connors: Sound Designer John Doucet: Set Designer Kate Hurman: Voice Coach Vanessa Imeson: Costume Designer Chantal Labonté: Lighting Designer Jane Vanstone Osborn: Stage Manager Jess Preece: Assistant Stage Manager Adrienne Wong: Director The Ottawa Public Library and GCTC have come together in a special partnership to help you explore the themes and topics raised in each play during GCTC’s 2017-2018 season.OPL’s Readers’ Advisory staff have read the scripts for each of the plays, and recommended resources to further the exploration of their themes.The resources will only add to the experience of seeing the show, and can be explored before or after being part of the audience. The GCTC Prologue Series is back for another year of exciting discussions that take us into the creative process of the plays on our stage.The Prologue Series is free to the public and will take place before the second preview of each production at pm in the GCTC lobby.Others believe that 'the appropriate use of humour can facilitate social interactions'. White once said, "Humor can be dissected as a frog can, but the thing dies in the process and the innards are discouraging to any but the pure scientific mind." Counter to this argument, protests against "offensive" cartoons invite the dissection of humour or its lack by aggrieved individuals and communities.
Many theories exist about what humour is and what social function it serves.
Though ultimately decided by personal taste, the extent to which a person finds something humorous depends on a host of variables, including geographical location, culture, maturity, level of education, intelligence and context.