Saturday, November 25, 2017 at 2 pm
Commissioned by Nightswimming Theatre, in conjunction with Young People’s Theatre, Toronto
An audacious pair of stories about the lives of young Canadian women, Boys With Cars is set in a Canadian high school where cultures collide, women struggle for status, and dancing raises the temperature of every moment. Featuring classical Indian, Bollywood and hip-hop music and choreography, the piece tells the story of Naznin, a classically trained dancer who dreams of leaving her small town for the bright lights of the city. Here, we are invited into her life and witness her struggle to balance her traditional heritage, her tumultuous relationships with the boys in her high school, and realizing her potential. It is a coming-of-age piece with tremendous comic flourish and potent dances, that is at once bold and innovative while being wildly funny and engaging.
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Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 2 pm
How will we cross the alps? A hot air balloon perhaps?”
This iconic classic comes to hilarious contemporary light in an all-new production featuring incredible physical performances, lightening-speed set changes, razor-sharp dialogue, and…an elephant. Travel across the globe with the clever Phileas Fogg and his astute partner-in-crime Passepartout as they encounter a cast of over twenty characters (played by 3 people!) on this worldly epic adventure. Will they make it before time runs out?
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|Around the World in 80 Days (Apr 28, 2018 at 2 pm)||$15.00||$0.00||
|Boys With Cars (Nov 25, 2017 at 2 pm)||$15.00||$0.00||