Current Projects

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Steady State Theatre Project
18 Twitching Cheerleaders
Edmonton Fringe UTC-06
August 16 – 18
A modern day Crucible… With Jell-O!
In 2012, in the small town of LeRoy, NY, eighteen high school cheerleaders begin to exhibit Tourette’s-like symptoms, suffering uncontrollable tics, seizures and fainting spells, with no medical consensus about the cause. Is it mass hysteria? Conversion disorder? Or could it be toxins from the city’s long abandoned Jell-O factory?

Spies of Barrie
Sept. 14 & 21 – downtown Barrie
 Your mission, if you choose to accept it: solve as many of the 30 puzzles hidden around downtown Barrie as you can within 60 minutes. You and your fellow spies will meet at the start venue (a secret location provided only to ticket holders) where you must complete your first task: locate the spy kit! Spy kits include a map with the puzzle locations, instructions of what to do once you arrive at them, as well as the location of the final meeting place. Similar to The Amazing Race or MIT’s Puzzle Hunt, Spies of Barrie is an interactive puzzle game designed to challenge the minds of its players and celebrate local businesses and artists!

Theatre Rusticle
Dinner  at 730
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander Street
October 15 to 20, Previews October 12 & 13th
Tickets: $18-$31 (416) 975-8555 or visit the box office

“What matters? We have dined well”!!
Inspired by Virginia Woolf’s 1931 novel, The Waves, Dinner traces the journey of six friends from childhood to death through a reunion dinner. Movement and text collide once more in this poignant exploration of life. Dinner at Seven-Thirty is one of Rusticle’s early pieces, developed over 12 years ago. It was their first independently produced show at the old Dancemakers space and a work that not many got to experience.

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Bound to Create  Dirty Butterfly by Debbie Tucker Green
(North American Professional Premiere)
Aki Studio Theatre – Daniels Spectrum – 585 Dundas Street East
October 30 to November 17, Previews October 30, 31

This mesmerizing and startling new drama by Jamaican British playwright Debbie Tucker Green explores voyeurism, power and guilt by confronting the collateral damage of domestic abuse and racial economic divide through a modern storytelling style that is equally blunt and poetic. Voted one of the Top Ten Shows to see at the Fringe by Grid Magazine and the Torontoist, garnering Outstanding Direction and Outstanding Ensemble by NOW Magazine and topping the Best of Fest list by Mooney on Theatre.

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Modern Times Stage Company’s Forgiveness

Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund – what’s on with their clients?

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