Hart House Theatre  
March 3, 2015 / Issue 23, 2014/2015 Season
In This Issue:
This is for You, Anna
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In this issue, we celebrate the opening of This is for You, Anna, introduce you to the U of T Festival of Dance and tell you a bit about the student production on stage later this month, Skule Night 1T5.
This is for You, Anna
Only five shows left
This is for You, Anna opened last Friday night to an appreciative audience who was ready to tackle the issues in our Discussion Forums. There are only five more performances left in the run! You don't want to miss this ground-breaking, wholly-feminist, Canadian collective creation.



Wednesday, March 4: Join the cast, crew and director of This is for You, Anna and members of Theatre Inamorata as they discuss the challenges and rewards of Collective Creation.


Banuta Rubess
Dr. Banuta Rubess

Thursday, March 5: One of the original creators of This is for You, Anna, Dr. Banuta Rubess, talks on the Building of the Anna Project.


Friday, March 6Cheryl Champagne (Assault Counsellor/Educator at U of T) and Nijiba Sardar (VP, Equity for UTSU- student union) discuss Campus and Community Resources for women in all forms of distress and answer the question - how can you help a friend in need?


Saturday, March 7 - matinee: Join the cast and director of the show as they discuss the Research and Building of this production.


Anoodth Naushan
Anoodth Naushan

Saturday, March 7 - evening showAnoodth Naushan (from METRAC - Action on Violence) gives an address on Transforming Rape Culture to Consent Culture.


For more information on our Discussion Forum series following performances of This is for You, Anna, please visit our website here >>

Festival of Dance
Canada's largest University dance festival

Festival of Dance 2015 Hart House Theatre proudly hosts Canada's largest University dance festival - the U of T Festival of Dance (FoD).


March 27 & 28, 2015

7:30 curtain

Created 20 years ago as an avenue to provide dance groups on campus the opportunity to perform on stage for an audience, the Festival of Dance has now grown into a celebration of the diversity and prosperity of the U of T dance community.


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Skule Night 1T5
When engineers play with theatre toys...and make magic!
Skule Night 2015 Skule Nite (pronounced "school night" -- we use the metric spelling) is the annual musical-comedy revue produced by the Engineering Society at the University of Toronto. It is directed, written, produced, created and performed 100% by students and students alike.

March 11-14, 2015

The show is a series of comedic sketches, songs, and dances designed specifically to maximize hilarity and keep the audience optimally entertained (hey, we're Engineers after all). However, topics dealt with in the show are not limited to Engineering. In fact, chances are that if people know about it, Skule Nite makes a joke out of it! 

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