Issue 24, 2018/2019 Season | March 26, 2019
Festival of Dance this weekend!
March 29 & 30, 2019 at 7:30pm
This week the U of T Festival of Dance returns!
Hart House Theatre proudly hosts Canada’s largest university dance festival – the U of T Festival of Dance (FoD). Created 24 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. More information about the festival   here >>
A Look Back at the 2018/2019 Season
I t's hard to believe that the 2018/2019 Theatre Season is all wrapped up! We will be celebrating with the casts and creative teams from this season on Sunday evening, but in the mean time, here is a little reminder of all the excitement this season brought to us! It would not have been as memorable without the creative minds behind the scenes and the talents onstage from Heathers: The Musical , The Penelopiad , Hair and Retreat . Stay tuned for what's on the playbill for 2019/2020 - the 100th Anniversary of Hart House.
Hart House Alumnae Are Teaming Up!
Hart House Theatre alumnae Madeleine Brown ( Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead ) and Karthy Chin ( Into The Woods , The Importance of Being Earnest We the Family and   Hamlet ) are teaming up to bring you The Shimmering Verge ;  a solo show in poems featuring readings by Toronto poets in celebration of National Poetry Month.
The Shimmering Verge juxtaposes verse and prose in an exploration of the fine line between metaphor and reality in life and in art. From love, sex and marriage to loss, death and spirituality, the play uncovers the poetry in everyday life. More here >>
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