“Join Lenora’s adventures through therapy, hookups, and finding hope despite life’s challenges.”
Excerpted from Press Release:
Quarter Life Crisis the Musical is a tale of graduating in the era of unemployment, insecurity, and…Facebook. Join Lenora’s adventures through therapy, hookups, and finding hope despite life’s challenges.
Quarter life crises seem to be the theme of the millennial generation. Over 70 people applied to be involved with this production, many citing that they identified strongly with the themes in the musical. Song titles include: “I’m in Love with the Internet”, “I’ve Moved Back Into My Parents House”, “I’m in Love With My Therapist”, and more.
Playwright Jennifer Turliuk wrote one of Forbes Greatest Hits, and has also written for Venturebeat, Strategy Magazine and more. She wrote a 10-minute version of this musical which was in InspiraTO (Canada’s largest 10-minute play festival) in 2014. Composer and MD Lee Cohen is Musical Director at Second City who won the 2012 Shaw Festival Ragtime Piano contest.
Actor James Cheng performed in the 2010 Toronto Fringe with Asiansploitation as a writer/actor/singer and the troupe received Patron’s Pick and ‘Just for Laughs, Best Comedy of the Toronto Fringe’.
- July 01 at 08:15 PM
- July 04 at 05:15 PM
- July 06 at 01:00 PM
- July 07 at 06:30 PM
- July 08 at 03:30 PM
- July 10 at 09:15 PM
- July 12 at 12:00 PM
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