Come on – you’ve always wanted to see Hamlet and Ophelia do the tango, right. Well, here’s your chance to do it for free!
Two tickets to the Friday July 3nd performance, at 3:30pm of Things Base & Weill…Love Can Transpose! at Theatre Passe Muraille.
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More information on the show
A Collection of Shakespeare’s words and Kurt Weill’s songs
Conceived and Directed by Luisa Appolloni
Choreographer and Co-Producer – Christina Gordon
Fight Director – Matt Richardson
What happens when you marry words by William Shakespeare to songs by Kurt Weill? Hamlet and Ophelia do the Youkali Tango. Falstaff sings September Song. Romeo and Juliet get Lost in the Stars. Step into the provocative worlds of two colliding geniuses and watch the sparks fly! Theatre Counterpoise presents edgy music, divine text and a little sword play.
This newly conceived show from Toronto director and educator Luisa Appolloni explores the base [and vile] themes of war, lust, greed, revenge, and love. Performing at this year’s Toronto Fringe Festival, the show features a talented cast of versatile actors-singers-dancers-musicians and sword fighters:
Stuart Constable – fresh from the Citadel Theatre’s recent production of The Wizard of Oz;
Christina Gordon – 6 seasons at Stratford Shakespeare Festival & loudest woman in the under 5 ft category;
David Kirby – 8 seasons at Stratford Shakespeare Festival & teaches flying as a Class III Flight Instructor;
Charlene Nafziger – Stratford Shakespeare Festival, accompanist, composer, musical director, & studio musician;
Matt Richardson – a lover and a fighter, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Siobhán Richardson – “variety is the spice of me”, www.siobhanrichardson.com;
Eileen Smith – Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canadian Opera Co., & founder of www.hermione-presents.com.
Join us at Theatre Passe Muraille, Mainspace
Theatre Passe Muraille is at 16 Ryerson Avenue (East of Bathurst St., North of Queen St. W.)
Tickets are $10 / show length is 60 minutes
Friday July 3rd 3:30 pm
Sunday July 5th 9:15 pm
Monday July 6th 7:00 pm
Tuesday July 7th 2:45 pm
Wednesday July 8th 4:15 pm
Friday July 10th 12:30 pm
Saturday July 11th 8:45 pm
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