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Nosegate & Holiday Social - Dec 15, 2022

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Join us for Nosegate, a retelling of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer’s story as workplace harassment and an HR dispute hearing!

Enjoy the performance (and participate in a vote to decide what happens!), then join actor/writer Chantal Gallant for a discussion and debrief & mingle with fellow conflict resolution enthusiasts. It’s professional development and holiday social in one! Event is open to all, so invite others who may be interested. The show can also be family time and enjoyed by younger audiences (12+ years recommended due to style of writing, but there is no inappropriate content for children as young as 8).

We also highly encourage having reindeer themed snacks & drinks on hand. See our Instagram (@mediate.bc) and Twitter (@mediatebcsoc) for inspirations!

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More Details

When: Thursday, December 15 from 7-8:30pm PT

What: 30 min show, discussion with Chantal and debrief with colleagues and friends

Where: via Zoom

Who: Open to all – anyone can join us! So please invite your family and friends. (We’re a really friendly bunch!)

How much: The registration fee of $25+GST/household has no limits on the number of viewers sharing a screen.

How to Pay: Please note that the total fee of $26.25 is only via e-transfer to finance@mediatebc.com (enter the first & last name of the registrant and “Nosegate” in the notes section) and non-refundable.  

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About the Show

It's Christmas Eve and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has filed a complaint against his fellow reindeer! Is Rudolph telling the truth? Are all the reindeer, if any, at fault? If they are, who stays and who goes? With Christmas gift delivery just around the corner, YOU get to decide. This interactive, comedic, one-woman show flips a classic Christmas tale on its head, while asking key questions around bullying and harassment in the workplace.

About the Artist

Chantal Gallant is an actor, writer and teacher. She double majored in theatre and creative writing from the University of Victoria. After moving to Vancouver, Chantal apprenticed with Pacific Theatre, where she had the opportunity to develop some of her own work and learn from a variety of local theatre artists. Playwriting credits include; Nosegate (Vancouver Fringe), Nowheresville, B.C. (Little Dipper Theatre). Select acting credits include; Nosegate (Vancouver Fringe); Mother of the Maid (Pacific Theatre); Nosegate (Stone’s Throw Productions); Riding with Change (MONOVA); The Comedy of Errors, Gut Girls (Phoenix Theatre); Antigone (MFA Project Phoenix Theatre).

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