By Kim Kilpatrick, Karen Bailey, and Bronwyn Steinberg
When you see a well-behaved guide dog for the blind walking easily with their handler along crowded streets, do you ever wonder, "How was this dog raised?" "What's life like working with a guide dog?"
Raising Stanley / Life With Tulia describes the journey from puppy to working guide dog for the blind. Storyteller Kim Kilpatrick and visual artist Karen Bailey collaborate to bring you on a theatrical journey using storytelling, painting and video.
This accessible production is suitable for both adults and children.
Thurs - Saturday: 7:30pm
We will have ASL interpretation at performances on Sunday, July 29 at 2:30pm and Friday, August 3 at 7:30pm.
Raising Stanley / Life With Tulia has a runtime of approximately 75 minutes with no intermission.
Karen Bailey's Raising Stanley paintings are exhibited in the Fritzi Gallery (adjacent to the Studio Theatre) from July 18 - August 6.
There will be a vernissage for the paintings on Thursday, July 26 from 5:30pm - 7:30pm before the performance.
$25 (plus HST) for adults
$15 (plus HST) for students, seniors, and children
Kim Kilpatrick: Co-Creator
Karen Bailey: Co-Creator
Bronwyn Steinberg: Co-Creator
Karen Bailey: Painter
Kim Kilpatrick: Storyteller
Bronwyn Steinberg: Director
Seth Gerry: Lighting Designer
Louisa Haché: Stage Manager
Angela Schleihauf: Composer
Trudy Wohlleben: Visual Effects
Armin Badzak: Process Video
Cathy Brake: Exhibition Designer
Tulia: Guide Dog
Stanley: Model and Muse