The Flin Flon Cowboy

A Flin Flon Cowboy Collective & Theatre Passe Muraille Co-Production in Association with Why Not Theatre

Roula Said, playing the poet, looks sideways with a faint smile wearing a red robe. Lara Arabian, playing Leila, looks ahead with feeling. A white chalk writes "I wrote twenty lines about love"

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The Flin Flon Cowboy is a new musical co-created by Ken Harrower, Erin Brandenburg and Johnny Spence about the life of Ken Harrower.

Experience the extraordinary journey of The Flin Flon Cowboy, an original autobiographical musical about disability, love, and sex. Delve into the remarkable real-life story of Ken Harrower, the brilliant and disabled performer and country singer who hails from Flin Flon, Manitoba.

Ken takes centre stage as the central performer, backed by a live country-western band made up of some of Canada’s most inventive indie musicians in a show that combines elements of documentary, confessional, and breathtaking musical numbers. Through direct address, documentary footage, and video design inspired by Ken’s original paintings, a spotlight is shone on his unforgettable performance and one-of-a-kind life story.

Coming soon!

Depictions of violence, depictions of self-harm, strong language, and sexual content

Show Dates

October 17th to November 2nd, 2024

Running Time: TBD!

Location

Theatre Passe Muraille (16 Ryerson Avenue) Mainspace Theatre

Tickets

Pay-What-You-Can-Afford

$15 | $40 | $65

If you would like information on the topics or themes in our productions, or to determine the suggested age for attending a performance, please reach out to our Box Office staff at 416.504.7529 or by email at info@passemuraille.on.ca.

Credits

Co-Creator/Performed by
Ken Harrower
 
Co-Creator/Directed by
Erin Brandenburg
 
Co-Creator/Composed by
Johnny Spence
 
Produced by
Brian Postalian
 
Dramaturgy by
Debbie Patterson
Set and Costume Design by
Jung-Hye Kim
 
Lighting Design by
Echo Zhou
 
Video Design by
Laura Warren
 
Choreography by
Frank Hull
 
Stage Management by
Jules Vodarek Hunter
Production Management by
Carlos Varela
 
Stage Management by
Jules Vodarek Hunter
 
Technical Direction by
Nathan Greggory