Subway Stations of the Cross

Date(s) - May 18, 2014
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

New Joy Church

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New Joy Church is honoured to present a performance of SUBWAY STATIONS OF THE CROSS, written and performed by Ins Choi.

Subway Stations of the Cross is a performance of songs and spoken words that venture through the mind of a homeless vagabond into the heart of God.

Ins Choi gave real poignancy and lots of clever rhymes to his solo show, Subway Stations Of The Cross. Playing a homeless man with deep-set eyes who wanders onstage from the audience, Choi blends Handel tunes, politics, social commentary, hunger, 80s sitcoms, the Bible and Greek myth. His slam-poetry style bubbles over with internal rhymes and a playful humour of knock-knock jokes and sharp wit.

A mean musician, too, the writer/performer plays a ukulele and a shofar (a ram’s horn, used during the Jewish New Year) to great effect. Just as impressive is his version of Communion, using bread and wine in an unexpected way.

–Review from Now Toronto –

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