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SUSTAINING LOVE, SEX AND INTIMACY "UNTIL DEATH DO US PART”
February 15, 2004

Sunday-@-the-Saidye

Sunday-@-the-Saidye
for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

With
CJAD’s
Dr. Laurie Betito

Hosted by Dan Laxer



Montreal, January 2004 – The SBC Theatre welcomes Dr. Laurie Betito, host of CJAD’s Passion, as its Special Guest Speaker for the latest installment of Sunday-@-the-Saidye, appropriately timed for Valentine’s Day weekend! CJAD’s Dan Laxer will moderate as Dr. Betito explores themes surrounding the SBC Theatre’s upcoming production of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?, including:

What is love?
Healthy relationships vs. bad ones
The important part of sex in relationships
Keeping passion/intimacy alive
Managing relationship conflict



Where: The Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts
5170 chemin de la Côte-Ste-Catherine
Leanor and Alvin Segal Theatre

Date: Sunday, February 15, 2004

Time: 11:00 AM

Admission: FREE ! Coffee and refreshments will be served in the lobby afterwards.

A practicing psychotherapist for the last 15 years, Dr. Laurie is heard nightly in Montreal on her one-of-a-kind show, Passion, on CJAD radio. Dr. Laurie doles out advice across Canada through her weekly appearances on Eros (The Life Channel), Let’s Talk Sex on MentTV and through a regular feature column in Menz Magazine, which is available on newsstands across Canada.

Dr. Betito is affiliated with the Montreal General Hospital’s Human Sexuality Unit as a senior member of their specialized team and she lectures extensively in Montreal and across North America.

The popular Sunday-@-the Saidye discussion series began three seasons ago in order to enhance the audience’s theatre-going experience. Playwrights, directors, designers, historians and even scientists provide a background to the plays throughout the SBC Theatre season. Senator Laurier Lapierre, playwright David French , chemist Dr. Joe Schwartz, and literary critic Robert Adams have been among the expert guest speakers. The public, including an escalating subscriber base, attends these programmes in ever-growing numbers. Audiences particularly enjoy the glance behind the scenes and the opportunity to ask their questions.

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?runs February 16 to March 7