From press release:
FULCRUM THEATRE announces Here, an original multi-media dance theatre piece.
Some of the girls say Emily threw herself in front of a bus. And some of them say she did it for attention. Either way, she’s never going to dance again. Here combines multimedia and dance elements to tell the story of a dancer who shreds a major ligament in her knee, forcing her to cope with a world where her dreams will never be realized. Surprisingly, it’s a comedy.Here is the third original piece by writer/director Aaron Jan produced by Hamilton youth company Fulcrum Theatre. Fulcrum was formed in May 2011 by five undergraduates who felt seperate from the theatre scene in Hamilton. Together, they pooled what little money they had, rented a venue and began rehearsing their very first show. This is Fulcrum’s third year of production and Here is their first production outside of Hamilton.
Here features performers Jacqueline Byers, Erica Charles, Jessie Cox, Farhang Ghajar and Greg Solomon, and is directed and written by Aaron Jan. Last year, Aaron participated in the Paprika Festival at Tarragon Theatrewith Drafts, a play that Fulcrum remounted at the Hamilton Fringe Festival, winning the Best of Fringe. Past productions by this company have had cast members as young as fifteen, and the creative
team as always been twenty-five and under. For more information, visit fulcrumtheatre.wordpress.com!
Here will be here soon. Don’t miss your chance to see some of Hamilton’s most ambitious young artists.
in association with The Toronto Fringe Festival presents
written and directed by Aaron Jan
dramaturged by Lucy Powis
choreography by Cassandra Bowerman
featuring Jacqueline Byers, Erica Charles, Jessie Cox, Farhang Ghajar & Greg Solomon
with original compositions by Spencer Creaghan and Jake Butineau
stage managed by Ndola Hutton & Logan Cracknell
Opens JULY 3rd and runs to JULY 14th
Randolph Theatre – 736 Bathurst. St.
July 3, 6:30pm July 9, 1:00pm,
July 5, 3:00pm July 11, 5:15pm
July 7, 1:15pm July 14, 7:00pm
July 8, 8:15pm
Here is approximately 90 minutes long and contains mature language and subject matter. Please note that there is absolutely no latecomer seating.
At-the-door tickets: $10
At-the-door tickets are available at the Randolph Theatre starting one hour prior to show time – cash sales only.
Advance tickets: $11
50% oftickets are available for sale in advance.
Advance tickets go on sale June 17th, 2013.
Purchase online: fringetoronto.com.
By Phone: 416-966-1062, ext 1.
In Person: During the Festival Box Office in the parking lot behind Honest Ed’s (581 Bloor St W)