Issue 19, 2017/2018 Season | January 30, 2018
The Crucible in on stage until Saturday
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Photography by Scott Gorman, Videography by Shashwat Sharma.
The Crucible
The Crucible
The building of a pie...fit for a Queen!
Stephanie Venerus, our Head of Properties for the 2017/2018 Season, has had her hands full this season building some pretty interesting things. From the bottle of "Atrocity" perfume in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, to the over-sized dictionary of Spelling Bee and the poppet in The Crucible, Stephanie's job is varied, to say the least!

Our upcoming production of Titus Andronicus has Stephanie trying out her skills as a baker of revenge-filled pies. Spoiler alerts and cautions to those with weak stomachs!
Workshops with U of T Spotlight
Please note: U of T Spotlight Workshops are only open to currently enrolled U of T students. more information and registration links here >>
Stage Management II
Come join us in an exploration of stage management skills and practices, and all the tips and tricks needed to jump start your learning as an SM.
When: Tues., Jan. 30 | 7-9 pm ---TONIGHT!
Arts Marketing
You’ve got the show cast and are in rehearsals. So how do you fill the seats? Join Hart House Theatre’s General Manager, Doug Floyd, to find out how.
When: Tues., Feb. 6 | 7-9 pm
Stage Combat II
Come join Toronto’s own Nate Bitton, an experienced Fight/Movement Director, Actor and Theatre Creator in an overview of stage combat, safety and more. Participants of all levels are welcome.
When: Sun., March 25 | 1-4 pm
UofT Drama Festival line-up
The 26th Annual UofT Drama Festival is a weekend of competitive theatre that is student written, directed, produced and performed. Each evening concludes with a public adjudication by the guest Adjudicator, Jill Carter. Come to cheer on your college and vote for your favourite show of the night.


Thursday, February 8
Chronically / UTM Drama Club / By Lauren Lacey / Directed by KhaRå Martin
Cloud 8 / Trinity College Drama Society / By Vivian Xie / Directed by Q-Nahm Park
2018 McGill Drama Festival / UofT Improv / Hosted and Conceived by James Hyett

Friday, February 9
I Can’t Trust Anyone, Everyone Hurts Me: A Comedy? / UC Follies / By Aba Amuquandoh and Celeste Yim / Directed by Abigail Whitney, Khadijah Salawu, Ahlam Hassan
The Green, The Gold, The Grey / St. Michael’s College Troubadours / By Liam McConnell / Directed by Shay Santaiti
Tinsel Town Bartleby / Victoria College Drama Society / By Emily Powers / Directed by Emily Powers 

Saturday, February 10
Pills and Mangoes / UC Follies / By Hannah-Rae Sabyan / Written by Hannah-Rae Sabyan
Raining Petals / St. Michael’s College Troubadours / By Q-Nahm Park / Directed by Q-Nahm Park and Serina Keh
The Rhythm Method / Independent / By Micaela Robertson / Directed by William Dao


More about the plays here >>
Calling all Dancers
The U of T Festival of Dance (Canada’s Largest University Dance Festival) is now accepting participant submissions - with a deadline of FEBRUARY 1, 2018!

Created 23 years ago as an avenue to provide dance groups on campus the opportunity to perform on stage for an audience, the Festival of Dance has now grown into a celebration of the diversity and prosperity of the U of T dance community. Past events have included over 60 different dance pieces, well over 200 performers and an impressive variety of dance forms including jazz, ballet, ballroom, modern, contact improv, hip-hop, musical theatre, Irish, Latin, and Egyptian belly dancing, just to name a few. With such an abundance of dance groups associated with U of T, participation in the festival is a great opportunity for dance groups to interact, collaborate and promote their own work and ventures.

Find out more here >>
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