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Punctuate!s Biannual Fundraiser at Edmonton's Rutherford House
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You are cordially invited to

Punctuate! Theatre's

Biannual Fundraiser
at Edmonton's historic
Rutherford House
11153 Saskatchewan Drive
November 1st, 2014
An evening of tapas and wine pairings inspired by the company’s past and future seasons. 

Hosted by Satan (Elliott James), from Punctuate!’s An Evening with Satan, the evening will be full of devilishly good food and inspired drink pairings designed by local chef Eric Hanson and sponsored by ACME Meats and the Organic Box. Guests will also be treated to live entertainment, music and sneak peaks into the past, present and future of Punctuate! Theatre.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for the public to enjoy great food while supporting one of Edmonton’s most exciting theatre companies,” Miranda Sommerville, Punctuate!’s Board President says. “Proceeds from this event will help us continue to produce award-winning theatre as we follow up the Sterling Award we won for East of Berlin earlier this summer.”

Colin Matty of Edmonton’s only Poet Shop will delight guests with spoken word poetry crafted to order. Other performances include an original piece by Ainsley Hillyard of Good Woman Dance Collective, an excerpt from Ask Aggie by Small Matters Productions’ Christine Lesiak, and of course performances from Punctuate! Theatre’s company members.

Tickets: $50 (+$3.99 e-ticket fee)
at yeglive.ca

We'd Like to Thank Our Sponsors

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Tickets $50 
(+$3.99 e-ticket fee)
Meet our Chef:
Eric Hanson

Eric honed his craft traveling and cooking in 40 countries for over ten years before returning home to inject the community with his unique style. He spent two years in Australia, where he learned the art of seafood at Berardo’s which earned 19 out of 20 in the Sydney Herald Good Food Guide. Eric was also the Head of the 5 Star Tala Private Game Reserve in South Africa where he got the chance to cook with a wide variety of game meats. Next Eric lived in England where he worked at a top 50 Wine bar in the U.K.

Recently Eric tied for 1st in the Indigenous Black Box Chef Off Challenge at Taste of Edmonton. He was the Executive Chef at Niche in Edmonton which placed #15 in Canada for Best New Restaurants 2012. He owns his own company: Chef Eric Hanson. He’s the Executive Chef for Art by Pekoe, an emerging local artist, a Travel Writer for ArtTrends Magazine and a resident Chef on Breakfast Television.

These days Chef Eric can be found teaching at Get Cooking, with a very talented team of chefs.

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