Nightwood’s new play HER2 (the name of the strain of particularly vicious breast cancer) deals with seven diverse women participating in a drug trial.
I never pay attention to the days of the week, so I often forget that it’s Saturday until I get on the subway and everyone’s wasted and in high heels and I’m like oooooh. Right. Saturday.
Mine, presented by Discord and Din Theatre, is a trailblazing lesbian play that celebrates female sexuality in a way Toronto theatre has not done before.
In this innovative re-imagining, women really can do and be anything they want (including Mr. Darcy!)
Kate Werneburg: “Looking into the mirror, it came to me: we are what we always have been. Maybe even down generations. There’s a comfort and a terror in that.”
Don’t forget to pencil in that Circle Jerk next week, presented by Soup Can Theatre, safeword, and Aim for the Tangent Theatre. The provocative new production features four short plays written under unique constraints. Last summer, people were invited to submit original snippets of dialogue that the participating playwrights would have to use as the opening and… Read More »