Convergence Theatre presents THE UNENDING
Hot off the heels of a sold-out run at the Toronto Fringe Festival, join us once again for an evening of 3 short plays in 3 surprising locations...
Limited Engagement: October 13-23, 2016
THE STRONGER a monologue by August Strindberg
in a new version by Julie Tepperman
PLAY by Samuel Beckett
WHAT DOESN'T KILL YOU... a new monologue by Julie Tepperman
Directed by Aaron Willis
Featuring: Mayko Nguyen, Julie Tepperman & Andy Trithardt
with Sheila Ingabire-Isaro
Set & Lights: Nick Blais
Costume Design: Michelle Tracey
Sound Design: Andy Trithardt
Production Assistant: Nevada Banks
Set Build: Marcus Jamin
Photography: Neil Silcox
Aunties & Uncles Restaurant (upstairs)
(74 Lippincott Street - one block east of Bathurst, just north off of College)
plus 2 secret locations...shhhhh!
3 affairs. 3 unexpected locations. 1 unending nightmare.
From the creators of the Fringe hits AUTOSHOW and THE GLADSTONE VARIATIONS
Convergence Theatre - twice voted by NOW Magazine readers as
"The Best Site-Specific Theatre Company in Toronto!
WHAT TO EXPECT...
THE UNENDING repeats twice a night - buy your tickets for either 7:00pm or 9:15pm.
This is an intimate audience experience - only 25 people / performance.
Running Time: 90 minutes, no intermission.
Please aim to arrive 15 minutes before the start time of your performance.
Latecomers will not be admitted until after the conclusion of THE STRONGER.
Dress for the weather - rain or shine! Umbrellas will be handed out in the event of rain.
Be prepared to climb stairs, walk a short distance, and spend time outdoors.
CLAUSTROPHOBIA WARNING: Two of the three pieces are performed in close, confined spaces.
ACCESSIBILITY WARNING: We regret that the venues are not wheelchair accessible. We ask that patrons with mobility challenges (e.g. climbing stairs and walking outdoors) please be in touch with us to determine how we can best accommodate you.
Please email Aaron at: email@example.com
WHAT THE PRESS HAS TO SAY:
NNNN - A haunting collection of site-specific short dramas. There are fascinating echoes among the works, particularly in the use of confession and silence. Each performer gets a chance to shine. ~ NOW Magazine
...stunning, creative, unusual, immersive, brilliantly-acted...and sold out. If you caught it, you're lucky. ~ Intermission Magazine
...full of theatrical surprises, design gems, and excellent performances. The buzz is justified - Convergence Theatre continues its reign of well-staged, thoughtful shows in intriguing locations... ~ Mooney on Theatre
The Unending is one of those rare pieces of theatre that will still be in conversation years from now. Stylistically, it is the most relevant play I have seen at the Toronto Fringe in recent years. ~ Ontario Arts Review
Aunties and Uncles Restaurant... plus Two Secret Locations! (View)
74 Lippincott Street
Toronto, ON M5S 2P1
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|