PrettyFeet Productions Presents:
2 One-Act Comedy Classics
Who Am I This Time? by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
Lone Star by James McLure
Who Am I This Time? is an adaption of Kurt Vonnegut Jr.’s famous short story that has delighted audiences for five decades. More »
Whetstone Productions presents the world premiere of
Written & Performed by David Tomlinson
Directed by Diana Kolpak, Lighting Design by Sharon DiGenova
Video & Imaging by Jacob Niedzwiecki, Environment Design by Sharon DiGenova & Jacob Niedzwiecki
Exhibit Curation by Jessica Cim More »
GALLERY 345 presents the The Baker/Marshall Duo
Kye Marshall (cello) and Thomas Baker (piano) perform spontaneous compositions – created entirely in the moment.
Their music features an exciting blend of traditional and contemporary classical and jazz, pop, rock and world music along with environmental sounds. Their eclecticism serves to create dynamic spontaneous compositions which join together melody, dissonance, cacophony and rhythm. This style of improvised music allows the freedom to express an emotional intensity that is vital and electrifying.
Sunday May 2 at 3 PM More »
Shakespeare in Action, Canada’s leading Shakespeare company for young audiences, prepares to dazzle theatre-goers with a new production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare’s tale of magic, mischief and mayhem, where young lovers meet feuding fairies in the woods one dreamy night, opening April 17 and running to May 1 in the early 20th century theatre at Central Commerce Collegiate Institute, the first time the space has been used as a professional theatre in over 40 years. More »
Michael Hollingsworth and VideoCabaret step once more into the breach to battle Canada’s most dangerous enemy – cultural amnesia. In The Great War, Hollingsworth focuses his hyper-theatrical eye on the death throes of British Canada, conjuring our national ghosts and demons to tell another unforgettable story of why this country is the way it is. More »
Ryerson University’s The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education is proud to present the third annual Silver Screens Arts Festival. Produced in partnership with LIFE Institute, this year’s Festival will centre on the theme of ‘Eyes of the World’. The Festival offers adults 50+ a chance to express and showcase their creativity and talents, through various art forms including film, photography, workshops, guest speakers, and theatre. Over the past two years, the Festival has worked towards confronting the image of aging through all aspects of society. This week-long event will take place between May 31, 2010 – June 6, 2010 and will be held at Ryerson University. More »
Pleiades Theatre is proud to present the beloved Canadian classic, La Sagouine by the celebrated Acadian writer Antonine Maillet. Starring the legendary Viola Léger this one-woman show has not been seen in English in Toronto since 1979. La Sagouine will be presented in English from May 14 to May 29 and in French from May 31 to June 5 at the Berkeley Street Theatre (Downstairs). More »