New Ideas is coming up! Come see “Shakespeare’s Brain” and “Death to Dating”!Regan Macaulay
Shakespeare’s Brain, written by Allison McWood and directed by Regan Macaulay, plays at the Alumnae Theatre’s New Ideas Festival March 21-24, 2007, Wednesday to Saturday at 8pm and Saturday at 2:30pm at the Alumnae Theatre (70 Berkeley Street, Toronto). Call or email the Alumnae box office for tickets, reservations and information: 416-364-4170 or firstname.lastname@example.org. No latecomers admitted.
Death to Dating, written by R.J. Downes and Kathryn Malek and directed by Pat McCarthy, plays at the Alumnae Theatre’s New Ideas Festival March 14-17, 2007, Wednesday to Saturday at 8pm and Saturday at 2:30pm at the Alumnae Theatre. For more information on each show, please click "Read Full Article".
Other shows playing the week of March 21 – 24, 2007 at the New Ideas Festival include:
- Intimacy Inc. by Katherine Koller
- Rendering by Deanna Kruger
- Libraries are Exciting Places by Anthony Arnold
- The Saturday Experiment, which runs on Saturday, March 24, 2007 at 12pm (noon) is 4 10 2000 by Helen Yung
Shakespeare’s Brain :
If only Shakespeare could see what we have done with his plays…Wait a minute…What if he can? When Shakespeare’s brain is severed in half by a couple of warped professors, the bard is left with no choice but to leave Purgatory and return to earth in search of his precious brain. Alack, Will accidentally wanders into a Shakespeare lecture, and what he overhears leaves him absolutely agog!
Kevin Risk (Shakespeare), Albert Masters (Darwin), Andrea Lyons (Professor Blather) and Jason Reilly (Professor Smog) in Shakespeare’s Brain.
Death to Dating :
How does one find their soulmate? Where do you go to find that special someone? Death To Dating, a dark comedy about the lengths one will go to, to find true love. Or if nothing else, at least a date or two.
David Borwick (Luke), Razie Brownstone (Aunt Milly), Lynn Zeelenberg (Lorene) and Tracy Hovey (Julie) in Death to Dating.
Also, don’t miss Kevin Risk in Conscientia, written by Michelle D’Alessandro Hatt, directed by Anita La Selva, playing March 14-17, 2007.
Kevin Risk (Stephen) and Rob Candy (Nathan) in Conscientia.