BLACK MEN IN THEATRE
The 3rd Annual BLACK MEN IN THEATRE returns to usher in a sequence of new works from brothers who will bare it all on stage. Expect a palette of theatre, dance, music and visual arts woven in stories that speak to your heart and intellect.
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15 | 7:30 PM | RUNNING TIME 120 MINS
***SINGLE PRESENTATION ON FEB 15 ONLY***
A Little White Lie by Troy Crossfield
Produced, written and starring Troy Crossfield
Directed by Douglas Prout
Cast: Peter Bent, Nigel Birch, Alicia Cinnamon, Dennis Langley, Danian Lloyd, Christian Miller, Sheronna Osbourne, Bernice Ryan, Karen Camille Simpson and Leeann Tanaah.
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 & SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17 | 7:30 PM | RUNNING TIME 90 MINS ***SAME LINE-UP BOTH DATES***
Golden Tale of DjungleBouti by Kobèna Aquaa-Harrison
Tyson's Song by Peter Bailey
A Little Black Lie (Part 2) by Troy Crossfield
Vagabond by Dennis Langley
Gossip Folks by Jonathan C. Pearce
***February 16 & 17 dates are family friendly, however please that mature themes are covered and may be suitable for audiences 14+.***
February 15 - 17, 2018
Fairview Library Theatre
35 Fairview Mall Dr, Toronto, ON M2J 4S4
half n half
Written and performed by Natasha Adiyana Morris
Directed by Amanda Nicholls
Join Dr. Bitter’s studio audience for another taping of ‘The ‘R’ Word,’ a live talk show that tackles viewer relationships questions. During commercial breaks the questions linger and unravel into perspectives on what it means to be someone's 'other half.' Delivered through rhythm and humour, Dr. Bitter prescribes a double-dose of self-reflection.
To be announced