Hart House Theatre  
Ocotber 4, 2016 / Issue 12, 2016/2017 Season
In This Issue:
Much Ado About Nothing
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Next on Stage
Tideline makes way for the Bard's battle of the sexes
Tideline Congratulations to the cast and crew of Tideline, which completed its run this past weekend. What the critics had to say:

"Glad I caught @HHTheatre prod of TIDELINE. Powerful, poetic, moving play abt personal and collective loss. Fine ensemble. Final show tonite." - Glenn Sumi, NOW Magazine

"As Syrian refugees search for a place to call home, crossing dangerous seas to find safety, Tideline is an important play for Canadians." - Mooney On Theatre
"Tideline is a powerful production of a great Canadian play that takes on timeless issues in a poetic and deeply moving manner." - David Bateman Reviews

"Tideline isn't your average play at all. One adjective won't suffice, so I'll use four: poetic, obscure, intense, and abstract. This is a play that brims with significance and urges you to confront the harsh concepts it puts forth." - Hailey Mason, The Medium

Next up is William Shakespeare's popular comedy, Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Hart House Theatre returnee, Carly Chamberlain

Carly ChamberlainOriginally from Toronto, Carly recently returned home after two years in Montreal completing the Directing Program at the National Theatre School of Canada. Also a graduate of the University of Windsor's BFA Acting program, she began her career as an actor, including three seasons with Halifax's Shakespeare by the Sea. For those who have attended Hart House Theatre seasons in the past, you will recognize Carly from her stage appearances as Helena in A Midsummer Night's Dream (2009) and Portia in Julius Caesar (2007). Her most celebrated work on our stage, however, was her direction of the critically acclaimed Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet).

See her next great work, Much Ado About Nothing, at Hart House Theatre beginning November 4, 2016. More information here >>
One more day to submit your credentials!
Hart House is now accepting submissions to audition for

Music by Michael Gore
Lyrics by Dean Pitchford
Book by Lawrence D. Cohen
Based on the novel by Stephen King
Directed by Richard Ouzounian

Deadline for Submissions: Wednesday, October 5, 2016. Early submissions are encouraged.
Non-union (ACTRA or Equity), Non-paying.

Tormented at school by the 'cool' kids and smothered at home by her religious zealot mother, Carrie is a true outcast. She's had enough and now she has her own way to get back at them ...Based on Stephen King's bestselling novel, Carrie: the musical shows us just what happens when bullies push too far.

Read more about the play, how to be considered for an audition and the audition requirements here >>
U of T Spotlight* Events
A Seminar in Theatre Criticism led by an industry expert and a Playwriting Workshop
Glenn Sumi Theatre Criticism Seminar
When: Wednesday, October 5, 7-9 pm
Where: University College, Room 376
Seminar Leader: Glenn Sumi
What do critics look for in a production? How do you write an honest and fair review? Find out at this informative seminar with NOW Toronto writer and former editor for The Varsity, Glenn Sumi. Registration is open for current U of T students only.

Please register here >>

UofT Spotlight - Workshops
Playwriting Workshop - Walk the Walk
When: Tuesday, October 25, 7- 9 pm
Where: Music Room, Hart House
Workshop Leader: Maria Meindl

A character's walk can say so much - if you know what to look for. Through an awareness-based movement lesson you will discover ways to "walk the walk" of your characters. These tools can help you create new characters, gain insights into your characters' motivations and even make plot decisions. The workshop will include time for free writing and some improvisation.

Please register before October 21 here >>

*U of T Spotlight is an initiative spear-headed by Hart House Theatre to enhance the engagement of students from all three campuses in theatre activities outside of the classroom.
Elsewhere in the City
Check out what one of our friends is doing!
Lindsey Middleton (actor in We the Family/2015 and Bone Cage/2013) is featured in an award-winning show on stage Oct. 19-30, 2016.

Written by Ben Hayward
Directed by Brandon Gillespie
Featuring Lindsey Middleton and Ben Hayward
October 19-30, 2016
Wednesday-Sunday at 8 pm

Winner of the Best New Play Competition at the 2016 Hamilton Fringe, Theatre by Committee is proud to present "FAITH", a new play by company member Ben Hayward. After a successful run at the Hamilton Fringe, "FAITH" will be performed in the Chapel of St. Luke's United Church. "FAITH" follows the coming of age a troubled teenager and her complicated relationships with God, her father and the minister at the church she no longer attends. "FAITH" explores issues of morality, authority, love and finding meaning.

"Faith lives and dies with Middleton's extraordinary performance." - VIEW Magazine

More information here >>
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