Hart House Theatre  
January 31, 2017  / Issue 20, 2016/2017 Season
In This Issue:
Carrie Slide
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Carrie Continues This Week
Featuring a young cast making their debut performances, Carrie: the musical is generating quite a buzz! See it on stage until the end of this week.

Carrie: the musical Trailer. Videography by Shashwat Sharma

Carrie: the musical
Jan. 20-Feb.4, 2017
Hart House Theatre
Tickets here >>
The 25th Annual Drama Festival
A Weekend of Competitive Student Theatre
2017 Drama festival 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 marks the 15th Drama Festival of only accepting original student written plays, serving as a much needed showcase for talented U of T playwrights. See the schedule for this year's festival here >>

For more, click on the photo below to see a video created by the Drama Coalition where they describe each show in their own words!
2017 Drama Fest Video Play
The U of T Drama Festival
Feb. 9-11, 2017
Hart House Theatre
Tickets here >>
U of T Spotlight Events
A competition with prizes worth winning
U of T Spotlight Playwriting U of T Spotlight is dedicated to supporting student playwrights. An adjudication panel will select one winner and two runners-up after the conclusion of the contest. Winning scripts are awarded cash prizes and student playwrights of all experience levels are encouraged to submit their original, unproduced works.

NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS until midnight of March 1, 2017.

Interested participants are encouraged to read more here >>
and complete the required entry forms.
Hancock Lecture
Land and Life in Tkaronto
As Canada celebrates its 150th birthday, this year's Hancock Lecture addresses the 15,000-year history of Toronto, or Tkaronto, as a home to Indigenous peoples and the ways in which their legacy and language must be recognized, respected and encouraged to flourish.

Speaker Susan Blight examines the potential for real change, renewed relationships, and the repatriation of Indigenous land and life in Tkaronto.

As a site for bringing together Indigenous and non-indigenous people, Susan sees Tkaronto as unique in its combination of cultural diversity and civic engagement. It can become a place to examine new ways of thinking about solidarity-building and creative practices of resistance in support of an Indigenous resurgence in both language and presence.

When: Tues., Feb. 7, 2017, 7 pm
Where: Hart House Theatre
Cost: Free for students, registration required /  $10 non-students

More information about the lecture series, this year's speaker, complimentary programming and tickets  here >>
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