Hart House Theatre  
November 17, 2015 / Issue 15, 2015/2016 Season
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Last Chance to Catch the Dane
Hamlet must close this weekend
Audiences are loving Paolo Santalucia's modern take on this celebrated classic. On stage until November 21, there are only five performances left.

Hamlet 1"A director with a vision is the best thing that can happen to a play. ...Director Paolo Santalucia brings to life a dreary Denmark indeed." - UTM Medium

"Hamlet (Dan Mousseau) was excellent. My difficulty with Shakespeare is often understanding the dialogue but his delivery was very clear, natural and unforced." - Audience Member

"From his arrival onstage, Mousseau is in command: of his text, of his story, of the evening. At times I felt as though I was watching a oneman show of soliloquies, interrupted by the occasional bit of business, because his readings were so extraordinary, so original, so confident, so effortless." - Barczablog

hamlet"A very strong and intriguing production." - Audience Member

"Hamlet is Shakespeare's longest play, and to the credit of the director and the cast, the production rarely let us feel its length... It's worth a trip to the U of Toronto campus to see Santalucia's intriguing production." - Scene Changes

"Dan Mousseau's "To be or not to be" is mesmerizing" - My Entertainment World

"To see or not to see? If Hamlet and/or Shakespeare are your thing, I'd say go for it!" - Mooney on Theatre

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Submissions due this Thursday
Hart House Theatre is now accepting submissions for

By Marc Camoletti
Translated by Beverley Cross and Francis Evans
Directed by Cory Doran

Feb. 26-Mar. 5, 2016
Deadline for Submissions: Thurs., Nov.19, 2015
Non-union (ACTRA or Equity), Non-paying
Boeing Boeing is a non-stop comedy and a romp of international proportions. Full of hijinks, near misses and sexual innuendo, Boeing Boeing is like a bite of fluffy French pastry - a delicious treat, except this one comes without any guilt or troublesome consequences.

More information about how to submit and what to prepare can be found here >>
Reading Tonight
U of T Spotlight hosts a reading of the Bard
UofT Spotlight- play read Play Reading: Love's Labour's Lost
by William Shakespeare

This live reading of Shakespeare's comedy is open to all as an opportunity to perform or to sit back and enjoy! Eager performers may sign-up in advance* and request specific roles (no audition required!) or you may walk-up and choose your role on the evening of the event. Audience members are also welcome to attend this FREE event, and all can partake in complimentary food and drink.
Date: Tues., Nov.17, 2015. 7-10 pm
Location: South Dining Room, Hart House

*Only students are permitted to sign up for a performance spot in advance, however, if spots remain open, members of the public are welcome to sign up at the event and attend as members of the live audience.

More information here >>
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