Hey all – lots of theatre happening in Toronto right now. Here is a selection of some school, community and indie productions on right now or coming soon:
George Brown Theatre School’s production of Saturday Sunday Monday (by Eduardo De Filipo with English adaptation by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall, directed by James Simon) continues this week at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts, running until November 17. Check here for details: http://www.georgebrown.ca/theatre/productions/#satsunmon
Amicus Productions’ Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (adapted from the Robert Louis Stevenson novella by Robert Hatcher, directed by Harvey Levcoe) runs November 15 – 24 at their temporary home at the Papermill Theatre. For more info (you also can scroll to the bottom of this page for a map): http://www.amicusproductions.ca/current_season.php#jekyll
Alumnae Theatre Company’s production of The Drowning Girls (by Beth Graham, Charlie Tomlinson and Daniela Vlaskalic, directed by Taryn Jorgenson) runs November 16 – December 1 in the Alumnae Theatre studio space, and features a talkback with the director, cast and creative team following the Nov 25 matinée. You can find more info here: http://www.alumnaetheatre.com/1213drown.html
Dawna J. Wightman’s one-woman show Life As A Pomegranate (by Wightman and directed by Ginette Mohr) has been revised since its early run back in the spring – and will get a one night only performance at 7 p.m. on November 23 at the Flying Beaver Pubaret (488 Parliament St., Toronto – near Carlton).