Hart House Theatre  
July 8, 2014 / Issue 6, 2014/2015 Season
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Earnest is cast!
Meet the actors who will star in our season opener
Hart House Theatre is fortunate each season to attract the best and brightest emergent talent in Toronto to audition for our productions. This season is certainly no different as our first show boasts a cast of new faces to our stage. Highlighted below are the four actors comprising the central lovers of The Importance of Being Earnest.

Michael Hogan University of Windsor graduate, Michael Hogan, stars in the role of John (Jack) Worthing. A young, eligible bachelor whose family history is a mystery, this character leads a double life between town and the country.

Victor Pokinko His friend and double-life confidant, Algernon (Algy) Moncrieff, is played by University of Toronto graduate Victor Pokinko. Victor performs on our stage in this pivotal role - a character who embodies adventure and mischief.   

Hannah Drew Another University of Toronto graduate gracing our stage is Hannah Drew. Hannah takes on the role of the 
Honourable Gwendolen Fairfax; a young woman who strives to 
exhibit the sophistication and confidence of a London socialite. 

Eliza Martin Completing the lovers quartet is yet another University of Toronto graduate, Eliza Martin. Eliza plays the young ward of Jack Worthing, the na´ve and romantic Cecily Cardew.

For a full cast list and upcoming biographies of each actor, please visit our website here >> 

Congratulations to those who were cast and a HUGE thank you to all of those who put their talents forward to be considered! 
Friend in the Fringe!

One of the directors in our season has a show in the festival

Every Fringe! Festival we are pleased to brag about the work of our friends. This year is certainly no different! With over 150 productions to see, there are plenty of ways to get your summer theatre "fix". In particular, we're going to see Commencement: a Work of Fiction and Musical of Sorts that is directed by Chelsea Dab Hilke, the director of our March production, This is for You, Anna.

Commencement: A Work of Fiction and Musical of Sorts

Commencement "Meet Kate. Today is the most important day of her life. Today is Kate's graduation day." This site-specific musical comedy about life after graduation is a whirlwind of satire, wit, and quirk. Commencement is a not-so-classic coming of age story about ambivalence and firsts, framed within the most absurdly hilarious lecture you ever (or never) attended.

By Aviva Philipp-Muller and David Madras
Directed by Chelsea Dab-Hilke
Warnings: Mature Language, Audience Participation

More information about location, performance dates and times can be found here >>

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