Created by Adam Lazarus, Ann-Marie Kerr, Melissa D’Agostino, Jiv Parasram, Michelle Ramsay, Richard Feren
After our wildly successful run in Romania, Daughter returns to Canada for a 3 night run at the Kick and Push festival in Kingston, ON. This will be your last chance to see the show before it returns to Toronto in the late Fall of 2017.
Here’s all the information about the festival, and how to get tickets: https://www.kingstongrand.ca/event/daughter
See you there!
Daughter examines the beauty and horror of men raised in a patriarchal society having to come face-to-face with their new identity as patriarchs. Can they evolve? Can they repent? Can they change? This will be the scariest show you see all year, as dangerously engaging (and genuinely funny) as it is brutally visceral.
**This performance contains subject matter and language that may be considered offensive or disturbing to some patrons.
$17.70 plus HST and handling fee
Venue: Grand Theatre, on Regina Rosen Stage
Prune Nourry’s 108 Terracotta Daughters
On Monday December 7, 2015, I’ll be stepping into a studio and working with a number of different artists to generate material to show to the public on December 12, 2015.
The outcome… I’m not sure.
A new work performed by me in collaboration with various artists.
As with any QuipTake production, the show promises to provoke and jostle. It’ll be funny and not.
There will be bourbon.
Why? Come to the show.
Over the course of the next few months, I’ll be sharing images, and ideas related to the piece.
That’s it. What more do you need to know? It is a secret project after all…
The collaborators will be revealed in time.
Saturday, December 12, 8pm.
This is a PWYC event with a cash bourbon bar.
Pia Bouman School for Ballet and Creative Movement, Toronto
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BILLY H. TENDER
A new play written and performed by Jesse LaVercombe
Jan 5 — 12, 2016
187 Augusta Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M5T 2L4
Directed by Adam Lazarus
Dramaturgy by Guillermo Verdecchia
Music by Jesse LaVercombe and Adrian Shepherd
Sound design by Adrian Shepherd
Design by Shannon Lea Doyle and Kelly Anderson
Stage Managed by Alexa Polenz
Produced by Curtis te Brinke
“I want to tell you about a day. January 31st, 2021. It wasn’t that long ago, I believe.
It was a salient day, at least in North America. I felt it on the Internet and in the weather and in my tummy. It was like the zeitgeist finally saw itself in the mirror, and it wasn’t sure whether to fight or flirt, so it kind of did both and just ate itself. It was a Sunday, clear skies but cold.”
– Hal Tender
(second son of Stella Virginia Tender [former Canadian stage actress, now research assistant in the U. of Guelph’s Post-Audience Theatre Theory and Semiotics Department], younger brother of the one, the only, Billy H. Tender)
The Art of Building a Bunker is coming to Vancouver May 27-30 as part of the rEvolver festival.
Tickets and info here: https://thecultch.com/events/the-art-of-building-a-bunker/
9th Annual Toronto Festival of Clowns
Red Nose Does Date Night
9 years strong
Wrecking Ball – Nigeria 287
Giacomo Sellar as ‘The Mime’ in Nigeria 287
Adam Lazarus and Elizabeth Anacleto as ‘The Anchors’ in Nigeria 287
SummerWorks 2014 with Linnea Swan and Light Fires
The Review Project with Linnea Swan
Light Fires in ‘Do I Have To Do Everything My F$&*ing Self?’
Written and directed by Adam Lazarus
Co-created and performed by Phil Luzi
Lighting design by Michelle Ramsay
Set and blood design by Gillian Gallow
As part of the 33rd annual Rhubarb festival
Meet Norman Shore. Most days Norman is fine, but today he is not. Today, something about Norman is off. Today, he didn’t go to work. Today he stayed at home. Now he is beginning to bleed.
THE RHUBARB FESTIVAL
Feb 8 – 19, 2012
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
Wed – Sun, Evening Pass $20
Sunday Afternoons, PWYC
One-to-One Performances, PWYC
Mobile Works, FREE
Box Office 416-975-8555
This production could not have been made possible without the generous support of the Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council.