Fearful & alone in loss, love & trying to find meaning in the edgy, philosophical, quirky Thom Pain

Owen Fawcett. Photo by Nicholas Marinelli.   Theatre By Committee opened its production of Will Eno’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated Thom Pain (based on nothing), directed and designed by Hannah Jack, and assistant directed by Brandon Gillespie, at Hub 14 last night. Starring Owen Fawcett, Thom Pain explores fear, loss and the profound, regret-filled sense of beingContinue reading “Fearful & alone in loss, love & trying to find meaning in the edgy, philosophical, quirky Thom Pain”

Shakesbeers Showdown 2018: Meet contestant Kate McArthur

  Spur of the Moment Shakespeare Collective is back with its 7th annual battle for First Folio supremacy with Shakesbeers Showdown 2018: Jurassic BARD on April 27 at the 918 Bathurst Centre for Culture, Arts, Media and Education. Team contestants will face off in cold reads from the notoriously hard to read First Folio—and theContinue reading “Shakesbeers Showdown 2018: Meet contestant Kate McArthur”

Sex, death & religion: Pondering life experiences & relationships in thoughtful, sassy, intense FAITH

“It was the United Church so it was all like sing these songs, hold hands and get the fuck outta here.” Theatre By Committee opened its production of Ben Hayward’s FAITH in the Chapel at St. Luke’s United Church (353 Sherbourne St., corner of Sherbourne/Carlton, Toronto – Carlton St. entrance). Directed by Brandon Gillespie, FAITHContinue reading “Sex, death & religion: Pondering life experiences & relationships in thoughtful, sassy, intense FAITH”