Were you there? Thanks for coming out. Did you miss out? You missed five unforgettable performances ranging from a northern Ontario couple dealing with Martians, to a heartwarming story about two lovers during WWII. Performances took place at St. Peter & St. Simon the Apostle Anglican Church, 525 Bloor Street East. We hope to see you next time.
Bernie Gelfand wrote the play which won first place this year, an intriguing piece called “Hunger” about two writers, a second rank novelist and a successful non-fiction author who find their ambition and character flaws fuel powerful emotions of envy, hate, lust and fear as one interviews the other for a major magazine article.
The Stratford 2017 bus trip is history. Now get ready for the Shaw trip on October 4th entitled: ‘1837: THE FARMERS’ REVOLT’, a politically charged historical comedy by Rick Salutin, directed by Philip Akin.
The G. Raymond Chang Outstanding Volunteer Awards are new to Ryerson University and celebrate the exemplary generosity and contribution of alumni and friends to the university. The awards are named in honour of the late G. Raymond Chang, an Officer of the Order of Canada and former chancellor of Ryerson University, for his deep belief in the importance of volunteering. The business leader and philanthropist participated in 95 convocations and awarded nearly 30,000 degrees and diplomas. It was one of his favourite things and expressed the way he embraced his role as “the students’ chancellor”.
ACT II STUDIO could not be the vibrant creative community it is without the generous donation of time and skills by many individuals. Over half of our active members are engaged in committee, Board and production work. Some have made significant volunteer contributions amounting to hundreds of hours over many years. We are delighted to […]
Meeting Estelle Craig is like visiting another country. At 100 years old, Estelle has more life experience than most of us can imagine. But when she shares her passion for writing, travel and the theatre, it is clear that some things – like curiosity and the need for artistic expression – never change.