UPCOMING FOR SHAUNA:
Look for me in an upcoming episode of Reign, January 2017 on THE CW.
THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA?
Unit 102 Theatre
Dufferin & Queen Sts.
FEATURING: SHAUNA BLACK, PAUL RIVERS,
JOEL FISHBANE, AND STEPHEN MACDONALD
DIRECTED BY: CHRIS BRETECHER
May 26th to June 11th, 8pm Tues - Sat
To purchase tickets online, please visit leroystreettheatre.com
Martin is "at the pinnacle of [his] success". A Pritzker Prize winning architect recently chosen to be the head designer of the $200 billion World City. He is surrounded by his loving family and supportive friends. Life is great for Martin however, he has a secret, and the simple question "Who is Sylvia?" may bring everything down around him.
Edward Albee's hilarious, award winning play is both timeless and contemporary. Albee borrows from the greek tragedies and creates an entirely new predicament for the 21st Century which leaves us asking more questions than when we arrived. His play test's the limits of our empathy for those we love and the problems that arise when our animalistic nature surfaces to clash with the fragility of our so called civilized life.
More info to come!
FANTASY FOOTBALL NEWS:
I'm excited to announce that I've been selected to compete in ESPN'S first woman's Fantasy Football league on Matthew Berry's Fantasy Focus Football Podcast this fall/winter 2015/16. Tune to http://espn.go.com/espnradio/podcast/ For updates. She The North! Canada represent!
*UPDATE APRIL 2016
She The North made it all the way to the Women's League 2.0 finals! Was taken down in the Championship (damn you Teddy Bridgewater!!). Listen to my interview with Matthew Berry & Field Yates here
By Daniel Karasik
Directed by Zachary Florence
The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen St. West
April 17 – May 3, 2015
Tickets: $15 to $25, see full schedule for details
Service charges apply on all tickets
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Alex may or may not be dying. Confronted with his mortality, he searches for sex and connection in hotel bars — with his wife Brit’s conflicted blessing. LITTLE DEATH, the lyrical and spare new play by CBC Fiction Prize winner and Dora Award-nominated playwright Daniel Karasik, asks fundamental questions about marriage, fidelity, and the intimate needs of men and women.
Karasik’s successful application piece to the Royal Court Theatre’s Young Writers Programme in London, UK, LITTLE DEATH has since been developed at the Tarragon Theatre, the Stratford Festival, and with off-Broadway’s The New Group. Now back in Toronto for its first full production, LITTLE DEATH premieres as part of The RISER Project, a collaborative producing model presented by Why Not Theatre with the generous support of the Toronto Arts Council and Canadian Heritage.
Shauna Black (Titus Andronicus, As You Like It, Dream in High Park/Canadian Stage)
Sarah Dodd (The Small Room at the Top of the Stairs, Tarragon Theatre)
Kate Hennig (Billy Elliot on Broadway; series regular on TMN’s Bomb Girls)
Christopher Stanton (Possible Worlds, Talk Is Free Theatre/BeMeTheatre Munich)
Nicole Underhay (The Shipping News, Miramax Pictures)
Elizabeth Tanner (The Seagull, Upstart Theatre)
This production has been made possible thanks to lead supporting partner the Koffler Centre of the Arts.
Friday, April 17 – 9pm – $15 PREVIEW
Saturday, April 18 – 9pm – OPENING
Sunday, April 19 – 3pm – $19
Tuesday, April 21 – 9pm – $19
Wednesday, April 22 – 9pm – $19
Thursday, April 23 – 9pm – $22
Friday, April 24 – 9pm – $22
Saturday, April 25 – 4pm – $22
Saturday, April 25 – 9pm – $22
Sunday, April 26 – 9pm – $22
Tuesday, April 28 – 9pm – $23
Wednesday, April 29 – 9pm – $23
Thursday, April 30 – 9pm – $25
Friday, May 1 – 9pm – $25
Saturday, May 2 – 3pm – $25
Saturday, May 2 – 9pm – $25
Sunday, May 3 – 3pm – $25
Sunday, May 3 – 9pm – $25 CLOSING
This is a Canadian Actors’ Equity Association production under the Artists’ Collective Policy.