Theatrical premiere for "We Don't Work for Peanuts!"

The hard hitting comedy We Don't Work for Peanuts will be presented in front of a general audience for the first time this Wednesday, in Moncton. The actresses, Emmanuelle Chapados and Alicia Potter, as well as the director, a drama professor at the Université de Moncton, Louise Lemieux would be glad to see you there!
Wednesday May 5,
Moncton Press Club
60 blvd Assomption, Moncton
Created by the Moncton Sable theatre group in collaboration with the New Brunswick Coalition for Pay Equity, the play We Don't Work for Peanuts is presently touring the province’s schools and universities.
Another public presentation will be given in Fredericton on Friday, May 7, 12:15 pm at the Wilmot United Church.
The New Brunswick Coalition for Pay Equity is a group of individuals and organizations that actively advocates for pay equity legislation in both the public and private sectors.
Collectif Moncton Sable was created in Moncton in 1997 by lighting designer and Université de Moncton professor, Louise Lemieux and several graduates from the Université de Moncton drama program. Members of the collective: Louise Lemieux, Philip André Collette, Amélie Gosselin, Lynne Surette, Jean Surette and France Daigle.

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