From Press Release
3 Ducks In a Row
Productions is proud to
present its inaugural
production of Paula Cizmar’s
Candy & Shelley Go to the Desert
at the 2016 Toronto Fringe Festival. When their car breaks down in the middle of the Nevada desert, Candy and Shelley’s friendship is put to the ultimate test.
This humorous, heartfelt and hopeful comedy
will be performed at St. Vladimir’s Theatre, 620 Spadina Ave
nue in Toronto, Ontario.
The show will run from July 1 to July 10, 2016.
Performance times and tickets a
re available at www.fringetoronto.com.
A theatre company founded by three sisters, 3 Ducks in a Row Productions is committed to the presentation, discussion and celebration of modern women.
As proud Toronto natives who have attended North York high schools including the Claude Watson Arts Program at Earl Haig Secondary School and William Lyon Mackenzie Collegiate Institute, we are passionate about creating theatre relevant to our community.
We seek to share the stories of contemporary women across all ages and cultures by creating theatre by women, for women and
Declared “a delightfully funny character comedy” by Daily Variety,
Cizmar’s play features two resourceful and determined women exploring life, love and friendship under the desert sun. As emerging artists who have strong ties to the Toronto theatre community,
we feel we have the tools, training and passion to address these issues by creating theatre which highlights the stories and challenges of women today.
Directed by Savannah Forest, this production features
Scarlett Forest as Candy, Magnolia Forest as Shel
ley and Kyra Weichert as Ron. Set and costume design
by Johnathan Clancy and lighting and sound
design by Savannah Forest.
Advance single tickets for this production are $12 ($10
plus a $2 service charge) and are online at www.fringetoronto.com
or by calling (416) 966-1062 starting June 9, 2016. In
person purchases are available at the Festival Box Office at The Fringe Club, 581 Bloor St. West from June 29 until July 10, 2016
from noon until 9 pm, up to an hour before performances. At-the-
door tickets will be sold at St. Vladimir’s Theatre one hour prior to show time for cash sales only, subject to availability.
Toronto Fringe Value Passes are on sale now or at the Festival Box Office beginning June 29, 2016