From press release:
“Drink and dance and laugh and lie, Love the reeling midnight through,
For tomorrow we shall die! (But, alas, we never do.)”
The Deep End presents
By Jenna Turk
A dark comedy about death inspired by the life of Dorothy Parker!
Legendary New York City literary wit, Dorothy Parker, spent her entire life trying to kill herself.
She failed every time.
Join 100 year-old Dorothy in this dark comedy as she takes you on the ride of her life… and death.
Together, regular Fringe director, Maya Rabinovitch (Double Double, I Will Not Hatch!, Don’t Look, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Abortion) and fresh, new playwright/performer, Jenna Turk explore the complexities and curiosities of suicide. This absurd adventure promises to bring back the sharp staging and smart storytelling of Rabinovitch’s past Fringe hits, but this time in an intimate one-woman show.
Presented by The Deep End
As part of
The Toronto Fringe Festival
Written and Performed by Jenna Turk
Directed by Maya Rabinovitch
Set, Costume, and Props design by Laura Storey • Lighting design by Courtney Pyke
Tarragon Theatre’s Extra Space
30 Bridgman Avenue (North of Dupont, East of Bathurst)
Wednesday, July 6 @ 8:45pm • Sunday, July 10 @ 6:30pm • Monday, July 11 @ 1:00pm
Tuesday, July 12 @ 3:30pm • Wednesday, July 13 @ 11:00pm • Friday, July 15 @ 12:00pm
Saturday, July 16 @ 8:45pm