Hart House Theatre  
April 11, 2017  / Issue 25, the final issue of the 2016/2017 Season
In This Issue:
Our sincere and humble gratitude to the many artists, technicians, audience members and supporters who made the 2016/2017 Hart House Theatre Season such a memorable time. We hope to see you all again in the fall and look forward to announcing the playbill in the coming weeks. Until that time, happy spring from all of us at Hart House Theatre!
Subscribers' Choice Awards
These were the favourites of the season
Season Tile
Thank you to our subscribers who contributed their votes for the  Hart House Theatre Subscribers' Choice Awardsgiving recognition to those artists and productions that made the season so enjoyable. The awards were presented to the recipients at the closing season celebration earlier this month:

Favourite Set Design: Jenna McCutchen for 7 Stories
Favourite Costume Design: Adriana Bogaard for Much Ado About Nothing
Favourite Lighting Design: Andre du Toit for Tideline
Favourite Overall Design: Much Ado About Nothing
Favourite Supporting Performance by a Man: Kevin Kashani for 7 Stories
Favourite Supporting Performance by a Woman: Lesley Robertson for  Much Ado About Nothing
Favourite Leading Performance by a Man: Brian Haight for 7 Stories
Favourite Leading Performance by a Woman: Tiyana Scott for Carrie: the musical
Favourite Acting Company: 7 Stories
Favourite Director: Carly Chamberlain for Much Ado About Nothing
Favourite Production: 7 Stories

Thank you to all of our subscribers for their support and we look forward to entertaining you again next season.
Elsewhere in the City
See the work of Hart House Theatre alumnae Karthy Chin and Angela Sun
Spring Moon
We are always pleased to brag about the work of our talented alums. Karthy Chin (We the Family) and Angela Sun (Tideline) are working on something really significant and unique with Mixed Company Theatre:

Mixed Company Theatre presents the second instalment of our InterGEN ProjectSpring Moon / 春明.
Based on the real-life experiences of the Toronto Chinese community, Spring Moon tells the story of a resilient immigrant peoples through the eyes of three Chinese grandmothers who survived war and crossed oceans to give their granddaughters a better life. Although separated by differences of language, culture and distance, the unconditional love that exists between grandmothers and their granddaughters is a connection that cannot be broken. Spring Moon reveals to us that to find out who we are, we will have to understand where we come from.
Spring Moon  is an exploration of inter-generational relationships in the Toronto Chinese community and features community performers from across the GTA. The show was created with the input of Chinese youth and seniors from Eastview Community Centre, Scadding Court Community Centre, Broadview Manor, The Phoenix Arts Academy and Toronto Community Housing. The show is presented in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and French with Chinese and English surtitles.
When: April 20 - 23, 2017
Where: The Citadel, 304 Parliament Street
Written by Diana Tso (Comfort, Red Snow Collective)
Directed by Karthy Chin (Enchanted Loom, Factory Theatre)

More information and tickets here >>
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