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June 28, 2016 / Issue 5, 2016/2017 Season
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2016-2017 Season
  
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Our Season Brochure
A look at our full season and all of the extras
We have just begun distributing the printed version of our season brochure. Not only does it describe our full season of shows and festivals, but it lets everyone know about our incredible ticket prices and benefits for subscribers. If you would like to receive a copy, contact our Marketing Coordinator Andrea Wasserman with your address details.

Until then, you can preview find an online version here >>

Fringe Friends
A festival that showcases some familiar faces
We're putting together our Toronto Fringe Festival (June 29-July 10, 2016) viewing schedules and spotted a few of our recent alumni participating in shows around town. Here are just a few of the faces you may recognize in the Festival, beginning this Thursday:

Lindsey Middleton Lindsey Middleton played Marnie Kaplan in our 2015/2016 Season opener, the world premier of George F. Walker's We the Family. Lindsey has also appeared on our stage in the chilling Canadian family drama, Bone Cage. During the Fringe, you can catch Lindsey on stage as a part of FringeKids in The Funky Punckies, a comedic look at punctuation. More information here >>

Nicholas Porteous Nicholas Porteous plays the double-doomed Romeo in Romeo and Juliet Chainsaw Massacre. Nicholas last appeared on our stage in Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) and now joins other Hart House Theatre alumni (Sarite Harris, Brittany Kay and Victor Pokinko) in this horrific turn on a classic. More information here>>

Lucy McPhee Lucy McPhee takes the reins of a show as the Stage Manager after several turns with Hart House Theatre as an assistant. The musical, Life After tells the story of 16-year-old Alice, who is trying to navigate life after her father's death.
This award-winning piece also features the production talents of other Hart House Theatre alumni such as Brandon Kleiman (set and costume design) and Laura Paduch (producer). More information here >>

Are you participating in a Fringe show? Contact us on social media and we'll be sure to tell our friends. Happy Fringing!
Elsewhere in the House

Hart House is the host and creator of many events and opportunities. Here's a look at one that's on this week.

Art MuseumThe Art Museum is proud to present Counterpoints, a major exhibition that reveals the remarkable breadth and depth of interest in photography in this city. The exhibition has evolved through the generosity of passionately committed collectors who granted the loan of their works, allowing them to be seen by the public - many for the first time in Toronto. Highlighting a broad spectrum of private collections, Counterpoints proposes an experience of looking at photography that is ultimately heterogeneous and non-linear. Spanning nearly two centuries, the exhibition comprises 19th century singular images captured on metal and glass plates, through to artists' works that acknowledge photography's endlessly reproducible, ubiquitous presence in a vast and ephemeral digital world.

When: Ongoing until July 30, 2016
Where: Justina M. Barnicke Gallery and U of T Art Centre
Cost: Free

More information here >>
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