Venue:  Oddfellows Temple
Time: Saturday 6:30pm; Sunday 4pm
Category:  Theatre + Comedy
City of Origin:  Toronto, ON
Price:  $10 or Festival Pass


Jackie is sorting things out. She knows she likes women, and calls herself a lesbian, but she’s still attracted to men… she thinks. She’s not sure if she’s trying to hold onto something just to keep a grasp on reality. She wants to make visible what she can’t see, reveal what’s itching underneath, and blow it all apart.


Blending multimedia storytelling, live-art, and stand-up comedy, Jackie Rowland delivers a delicate otherworldly performance in This Is What I Know. A coming out story for the questioning and the unsure, this show delves deep into how we are defined by all of the things we aren’t.

​​Re:Current Theatre fosters a space for the development of live theatre that responds to our surroundings and personal history with intellectual rigour and whimsical imagination. Previously: Wild Duck Project (2015), Open Artist Share (2014-2016). Re:Current Theatre was company in residence at hub14 for the 15/16 season

​We would like to gratefully acknowledge the support of The Theatre Centre, Cabaret Company, Ontario Arts Council Theatre Creators Reserve, and Theatre Passe Muraille.


Brian Postalian (Director/co-creator) is an interdisciplinary performance creator born and raised in Toronto by way of Armenia, Ireland, Wales and the Czech Republic. He is the Crapshoot Artistic Producer at Theatre Passe Muraille, Compass Points Curator at Canada’s Magnetic North Theatre Festival and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Toronto and Ryerson University.

Jackie Rowland (Performer/playwright/co-creator) studied at the National Theatre School of Canada after growing up in Hong Kong. She now lives in Toronto, where she works as a theatre creator and performer. She has collaborated on new scripts with Birdtown and Swanville, Yael Farber, Philip McKee, Sina Gilani, Sky Gilbert and with an all-female creative team for 4 years on The Supine Cobbler.


mature themes, explicit language, possibly nude doodles.