#87 – Justin Miller presents Pearle Harbour’s Chautauqua

Pearle Harbour’s Chautauqua is a darkly comic, wildly immersive extravaganza – part cabaret, part tragicomedy, and part tent revival. Pass through the milky folds of Pearle’s beautiful Tent, and be sheltered from the inharmony of our troubled times. The world may be falling apart, but Pearle will show you there’s more that unites us than divides us.

Pearle Harbour is an all-American gal who’s sweet-as-pie and sharp-as-nails, Pearle Harbour was born on [information withheld], when America was still Great. During the War, she served as a stewardess aboard top-secret bomber missions, including [information withheld], and even [information withheld]!

An accomplished soloist – on the boards and in the sheets – Pearle has played to audiences at The RISER Project (Why Not Theatre), Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, Theatre Passe Muraille, Opera5, The Comedy Bar, The Wrecking Ball, Videofag, Nightwood Theatre, Pressgang Storytelling, Clay & Paper Theatre, The Gladstone Hotel, and countless cabarets, concerts, and clubs across Ontario.

Justin Miller is a Dora-nominated writer, actor, and solo performer. He has studied with internationally renowned performers, including Philippe Gaulier, John Turner (Mump & Smoot), Karen Hines (The Pochsy Plays, Crawlspace), Carlos Garcia Estevez, Katrien Van Beurden, and Denise Fujiwara. He is the co-founder of Pearle Harbour Presents, and is currently an artist-in-residence at Theatre Passe Muraille.

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