Kilt Pins: A Fundraiser Performance by Catherine Hernandez

Kilt Pins by Catherine Hernandez In the dodgy neighbourhood of Morningside and Lawrence, five Catholic teenagers battle between the voice of God and the voice of their own bodies.

Kilt pins are often used as a symbol of a girl's virginity amongst Catholic youth. Pointing up means you're a virgin. Pointing down means you've popped your cherry. This play speaks of the journey between the two.

This one night performance of Dora Award nominated Filipina playwright, Catherine Hernandez's new play, Kilt Pins, will be a special fundraising event for the Kapisanan Philippine Centre for Arts and Culture.

December 1st, 2011 8 p.m., doors open 7:30 p.m. 167 Augusta Ave, north of Dundas, Lower Level No latecomers admitted. Donation $10

Presented by the Kapisanan Philippine Centre for Arts and Culture and Sulong Theatre Company Written by Catherine Hernandez Assistant Directed by Melannie Gayle Starring Leah-Simone Bowen, Chrissi Chau, Nicole Marie Mccafferty, and Joseph Recinos.