Wednesday March 20- Saturday March 24 (8pm Wed - Sat; Sat. & Sun matinées 2:30pm)
Staged Reading: Saturday March 23 at noon. Talkbacks after Saturday reading and matinee.
- Dead French Philosophers and What We Mean When We Talk About Love by James Papoutsis / directed by Yevgeniya Falkovich
- My Friend's Best Friend's Boyfriend by Wesley J. Colford / directed by Joanne Williams
- Eglinton by Anthony MacMahon / directed by David Suszek
- My Red Feather Boa by Flora Stohr-Danziger / directed by Nancy Bradshaw
(Total running time with intermission: approx. 1 hr 45 mins)
Saturday Staged Reading, March 23 only:
Everything but the Cat... by Adrianna Prosser / directed by Steph Ouaknine
(approx. 60 minutes + Talkback)
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The Details - New Ideas Festival 2013:
Running Time: Approximately 2 hrs (including intermission) for each weekly program of 4 plays. Talkback after the Saturday matinee.
Saturday readings approx. 1 hr each + Talkback.
Opening Nights: Wednesday March 6, March 13 and 20, 2013
25th anniversary celebration: 12:30 pm on Sunday March 10 in the Alumnae Theatre lobby
Performance Dates: Wednesday March 6 - Sunday March 24, 2013
Schedule: Wednesday - Saturday 8:00pm; Saturday Reading at noon (followed by a Talkback session); Saturday matinée at 2:30pm (followed by a Talkback session); Sunday matinéeat 2:30 pm.
Tickets: Wednesday - Sunday (evening or matinées) $15 per week; Saturday Readings PWYC; Festival Pass (1 ticket for each week) $35.
Location: Alumnae Theatre, 70 Berkeley Street, 3rd floor Studio, Toronto (SW corner of Berkeley and Adelaide St. East)
Box Office: NEW THIS YEAR!! Purchase tickets online at www.alumnaetheatre.com/tickets.html OR reserve a seat at 416-364-4170 (box 1) then pay cash only at Box Office. Tickets for the Saturday readings are only available for in-person cash purchase. Box Office opens one hour prior to each performance. Please note: Box Office does not accept credit or debit cards.
Absolutely no latecomers.
Alumnae Theatre Company (a non-union, not-for profit company) has been producing thought-provoking, challenging and rarely-performed plays since 1918. Check our website at www.alumnaetheatre.com for more information and a retrospective on how Alumnae Theatre has shaped Toronto's theatre scene.