Issue 22, 2017/2018 Season | March 13, 2018
The curtain falls on the 2017/2018 Theatre Season
We send a very large and heartfelt thank you to all of our casts, crews and audience members who have made the 2017/2018 Theatre Season such a wild, memorable adventure. In the coming weeks we will share highlights from the season and look forward to announcing what's on the playbill for 2018/2019. In the meantime, read below to see that our stage is full in the coming weeks with other events.
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The Engineers are coming!
The world-famous engineering musical sketch-comedy revue at Hart House Theatre, March 14-17, 20178!

Skule Nite (pronounced "school night" - we use the metric spelling) is the annual musical-comedy revue produced by the Engineering Society at the University of Toronto. It is directed, written, produced, created and performed 100% by students and students alike. The event started in 1921 and was originally held at Massey Hall. Entire terms were spent building the elaborate sets for the show.

In 1923, the show switched venues to Hart House Theatre, making this year's show the 97th Skule Nite at Hart House Theatre and the longest running annual show on our stage. More here >>
Seasons - The Only Human Dance Collective
Seasons (Only Human Dance Collective) OHDC’s annual dance showcase.

From the producer: Seasons is a reflection of the changes that we are faced with in our lives, and the adjustments that we must make to adapt to these changes, in the same way that species must adapt to the changes in their environment as the seasons change.

On stage March 22-24, 2018. More information and tickets here >>
Celebrating the diversity of dance
At the end of this month, Hart House Theatre is pleased to present the 23rd Annual University of Toronto Festival of Dance.

Created 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.

On stage April 6 and 7, 2018. More here >>
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