Hart House Theatre  
January 17, 2017  / Issue 19, 2016/2017 Season
In This Issue:
Carrie Slide
Ticket Information

Single Tickets

Adults: $28
Seniors: $17
Students: $15

$12 student tickets every Wed night!


Season Subscriptions

4Play Subscription: $90
3Play Subscription: $69

4Play Subscription: $54
3Play Subscription: $42

4Play Subscription: $40
3Play Subscription: $36

PLEASE NOTE: if you have not purchased a subscription, but purchased a single ticket to Tideline or Much Ado About Nothing, you can still upgrade to a full 3Play Subscription! Details at the Box Office.
CARRIE opens this week
It's going to be a "Night We'll Never Forget"!
Have a look at the design of the show and some shots of the set build in progress:

OPENING FRIDAY! On stage January 20-February 4, 2017.
More information here >>

EXTRAS: we were visited by the folks at InnerSpace on Space TV! You can see the interview and behind the scenes footage of rehearsal here >>
Make a full night of it
Join the Director for dinner before the show
Richard Ouzounian Join the Hart House Warden John Monahan for an evening of mouth-watering food, conversation and theatrical entertainment. A three-course meal, specially designed by Hart House Executive Chef Marco Tucci will be served as Toronto theatre icon Richard Ouzounian speaks with John about his work directing Carrie: the musical as well as his multi-faceted career in the arts. The evening culminates in a live performance of Carrie: the musical, directed by Mr. Ouzounian, in the historic Hart House Theatre.

Professional Director, Writer, Actor and Critic

When: Wed., Jan. 25, 2017 | 5:30 pm
Where: Hart House Music Room, then Hart House Theatre
Tickets: Adults $65 / Seniors $60 / Students $45

*current theatre ticket holders and subscribers should contact the box office for specialty upgrade pricing.

More information including a menu that features table wine from Barefoot Wine & Bubbly can be found here >>
Welcome the Rooster
Lunar New Year at Hart House
Hart House is once again hosting the biggest party on campus!
Lunar New Year 2017 Hart House invites you to usher in the Lunar New Year and discover the richness of Asian culture with food, music and spectacle. The sumptuous buffet will be filled with dishes that represent good fortune, prosperity and happiness while the music will celebrate the hopes of the upcoming year. A colourful Dragon Dance will frighten away the evil spirits and a live fireworks display in the Quad will finish the evening and start the New Year off with a bang.

Whether this is your first experience or a personal tradition, you will find much to discover and celebrate at the Hart House Lunar New Year Celebration!

When: Thurs., Jan. 26, 2017, 7-9 pm
Where: Great Hall, Hart House
Tickets: $25+HST 

More information and tickets  here >>
U of T Spotlight Events
Perform for friends & learn how to market your show
UofT Spotlight - Workshops Arts Marketing Workshop
When: Tuesday, January 24, 7-9 pm
Workshop Leader: Doug Floyd

You've got the show cast and are in rehearsals - now how do you fill the seats? Join Hart House Theatre's General Manager to find out! Doug has been on staff at the Theatre since September 2003 and his involvement at Hart House goes back to 1998 in producing, acting and volunteering.

More information including registration information here >>

UofT Spotlight - Cabaret Cabaret
When: Wednesday, January 25, 8-11 pm
Host: Christina Kompson

U of T Spotlight is pleased to invite you to the third Cabaret Night of the 2016/2017 theatre season! All are welcome to this celebration of diverse student talent. Past Cabarets have hosted stand-up comics, beatboxers, musicians, spoken-word poets, and many more. Non-U of T performers may not register to perform at this time, but are welcome to attend the event and participate in Open Mic at the end of the evening's performances.

More information including registration information here >>
A Festival of Student Theatre
The 25th Annual U of T Drama Festival
2017 Drama festival Every February, a plethora of original one act plays compete for five coveted awards over the three nights of this annual adjudicated festival. The University of Toronto Drama Festival has spawned numerous performers 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. 80 years since its inception in 1936, and now in its 25th year since Trevor Rines resurrected it in 1993, the U of T Drama Festival continues to provide a high profile showcase for up-and-coming theatrical talent as well as an accessible avenue for U of T students to perform and direct on the historic Hart House Theatre stage. This year also marks the 15th Drama Festival of only accepting original student written plays, serving as a much needed showcase for talented U of T playwrights.

Read more about the Festival's Adjudicator, the competing colleges and plays here >>
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