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The ... Musician. An …tude

The ... Musician. An …tude
214 College St., 3rd Floor Robert Gill Theatre
Time: Mar 29th, 8:00 pm End: Apr 1st, 2:00 pm
Interest Categories: Visual Studies (UTM), Slavic Studies (FAS), Music, Faculty of , English and Drama (UTM), English (UTSC), English (FAS), Drama, Theatre, Performance Studies (FAS), Critical Theory, Communications, Communication, Culture, Information and Technology (UTM), Art (FAS), 1800-1900
Play directed by Art Babayants

The Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies in association with Toronto Laboratory Theatre present

The ... Musician.¬† An √Čtude


Based on the novella by V.G. Korolenko
Conceived and directed by Art Babayants /  Co-conceived by the collective
Scenography and Lighting Design by Paul Stoesser

Based on a famous novella written by a 19th century Russian/Ukrainian writer, The ... Musician tells a powerful story of struggle, suffering and sacrifice as faced by one who is eternally robbed of an essential element of human experience. Through a complex interplay of lighting, spoken text, physical gestures and live music, the show aims to challenge the audience’s perception by inviting the spectators to dive into a world where the most common signs of communication are perpetually concealed. 

Performers: Art Babayants, Kevin Kashani, Shelley Liebembuk and Didier Morelli
Dramaturgy: Allison Leadley and Noam Lior
Stage Management: Jimena Ortuzar, Isabel Stowell-Kaplan

March 29, 30*, 31* (Thu-Sat) at 8 pm $10 / April 1 (Sun) at 2 pm pwyc

Robert Gill Theatre, 214 College St, 3rd floor (St. George St. entrance)
Box Office 416-978-7986 / tickets at the door as available

* On March 30, 31 a talkback with the creators of the show will follow the performance.

Media contact: Kyle Turner / 416-978-7986

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