MARCH BREAK STUDIO SHOW
FOOLISH TALES FOR FOOLISH TIMES
You and your children can join Ann and David in their studio for an up close and cosy performance of this audience favourite.
Four seriously silly stories about the muddles us humans make when we just don’t think things through.
Performances run Monday March 14th to Saturday March 19th at 2 pm daily
Unit #219 – 401 Logan Avenue (north east corner of Dundas east)
Seating is extremely limited — so reservations are a MUST ! More »
Cahoots Theatre Company
in association with The Young Centre for the Performing Arts presents
The world première of
by Governor General’s Literary Award nominee David Yee More »
Since 1989, when it was co-founded by Molly Thom and Kerri MacDonald (who this year directs “Summer’s End” in Week Two), Alumnae Theatre Company has hosted an annual festival of new works, which provides playwrights, directors, actors and technicians the opportunity to develop never-before-produced short scripts. It’s all about the process.
The New Ideas Festival is now a juried, three-week annual festival of new writing, works-in-progress and experimental theatre, with a different program of plays each week, and a staged reading on Saturdays at noon. It is unusual among festivals, in that the scripts are read “blind” by a committee that does not learn the writers’ identities until the plays have been selected. More »
I Marcus Garvey is a play on the life and works of Marcus Garvey told through music and multi media. He was born August 17, 1887 in St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica, and spent his entire life in the service of his people–African people. He was bold; he was uncompromising and he was one of the most powerful orators on record. Garvey emphasized racial pride, his goal was nothing less than the total and complete redemption and liberation of African people around the planet. Arriving in the United States poor and unknown, within four years he became the most talked about black man in the United States and the Caribbean, and perhaps in the world. More »
Nohayquiensepa (No one knows)
A Requiem for the Forcibly Displaced More »