From the brilliant creative force of Hugh Hughes comes a fantastical tale of the island that floated away.
Amid a cornucopia of clutter on stage ? newfangled props, costumes, maps, lamps, fishing rods, globes, slide projectors and more lo-fi technology ? Floating is a simple story of the Welsh island of Anglesey suddenly and miraculously coming adrift from the bridge that attaches it to the United Kingdom. More »
Théâtre français de Toronto (TfT) is pleased to present and celebrate the 40th anniversary of Michel Tremblay’s play À toi, pour toujours, ta Marie-Lou (Forever Yours, Marie-Lou). One of the playwright’s strongest works, in it he speaks of isolation and the inability to communicate. In spite of these sombre notes, Michel Tremblay masterfully employs accents of hope, love, and affection. This iconic work will be presented in French with English surtitles at the Berkeley Street Theatre from February 2 to 19, 2011.
Justin Rutledge’s newest album, The Early Widows (from Six Shooter*Warner), has been nominated for a 2011 Juno Award in the Roots & Traditional Album of the Year: Solo category.
TheatreRUN in association with Théâtre Français de Toronto present
Artaud: un portrait en décomposition
The new piece from the co-creators of the hit show SPENT
TheatreRUN is very proud to announce it’s latest creation, based on the writings of Antonin Artaud, Artaud: un portrait en decomposition. An exciting combination of searing poetry, haunting images and verbatim theatre, Artaud: un portrait en decomposition runs from February 16-26 2011, Wednesday through Saturday, at Théâtre Français Centre for Creation (21 College Street. Office # 610 on the 6th floor). For more information or to reserve tickets contact theatrerun.ensemble (at) gmail (dot) com More »