Issue 20, 2018/2019 Season | January 29, 2019
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UofT Drama Festival line-up
The 27th Annual UofT Drama Festival is a weekend of competitive theatre that is student written, directed, produced and performed. This long-standing U of T tradition has spawned numerous artists who have gone on to become stars of stage and screen: Ted Follows, David Gardner, Don Harron, Arthur Hiller, William Hutt and Donald Sutherland – to name a few. Each evening concludes with a public adjudication by the guest Adjudicator, Autumn Smith . Come to cheer on your college and vote for your favourite show of the night!


Thursday, February 7
Jews In Baseball: The Musical  / Independent submission / By Angelo O. O’Leary and Lenny Rosenbloom
An Other Tries to Speak: A Theatrical Mixtape  / Ember Island Players / By the Collective
The 2nd Annual 2018 McGill Drama Festival  / U of T Improv / By the U of T Improv Company
Friday, February 8
Statistics  / SMC Troubadours / By Shreya Jha
Outstretched  / Trinity College Drama Society / By Emily Powers
After Icarus  / University of Toronto Mississauga Drama Club / By Max Ackerman

Saturday, February 9
Cordelia  / UC Follies / By Lauren Lacey
Lone Island Lovers  / SMC Troubadours / By Mick Robertson
Honey Lemon Green Tea  / Victoria College Drama Society / By Bailey Irene Midori Hoy

More about the plays here >>
Prince Hamlet: In Conversation with Ravi Jain and Dawn Jani Birley
Join us at Hart House for a conversation led by Director Ravi Jain and deaf actor Dawn Jani Birley about creating  Prince Hamlet , a unique re-imagining of the classic play. They will discuss their experiences developing the show, the translation and relevance of classics, and how to make hearing/deaf collaborations more effective.

When: Sun., Feb, 10, 2019 | 8–10 pm
Where: Debates Room, Hart House
Cost: Free | Register online

To purchase tickets to the play, visit  Canstage Theatre . Students, use the promo code UFTPH25 and get your tickets for only $25!
Night of Ideas: Facing the Present
Join artists, philosophers, and scientists for a night of thinking through the urgencies of our time.  Night of Ideas is a French-initiated global, all-night event happening simultaneously in more than 50 cities.

Just one of the many features of the night will be a performance of Territorial Tales, a devised piece of theatre. The project, initiated by Autumn Smith and Canadian Stage, is a creative launching pad for young storytellers (ages 14-21) to share their experiences of displacement, migration and settlement. With experiences spanning across the globe, a group of diverse young writers from the GTA are given the opportunity to turn their personal stories into short theatrical works under the mentorship of Canadian Stage. Hart House Theatre is pleased to partner with this project to bring them to Night of Ideas to share their work.

When: Sat., Feb. 2, 2019 | 8 pm-2 am
Where: Hart House, various rooms and locations within
Cost: Free admission, all ages event

See the full schedule of events here >>
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