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EXTENDED UNTIL OCT 29

NEW PERFORMANCES ADDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND

Sixteen-year old Alice is left to navigate life after her father, a superstar self-help guru, dies in a car accident. We plunge into Alice's overactive inner world as she tries to decipher the events that led to that fateful day. An expanded and reworked production of the hit 2016 Toronto Fringe musical, Life After is a funny and frank story of love, loss and vivid imagination from one of the most exciting new voices in Canadian musical theatre.

★★★½ (out of 4) "Note-perfect... (A) Toronto musical theatre milestone. Announces the arrival of a notable talent in Britta Johnson."

- THE GLOBE AND MAIL

★★★½ (out of 4) "(A) heart-wrenching work from a startlingly talented emerging voice. (A) layered whirlwind of humour, grief and humanity."

- TORONTO STAR

"Musical theatre perfection. Exquisite from start to finish."

- BROADWAY WORLD TORONTO

Info

Creative Team


BOOK + MUSIC + LYRICS By
Britta Johnson

DIRECTED BY
Robert McQueen

MUSIC DIRECTION BY
Reza Jacobs

Choreography
Linda Garneau

Orchestrations, Arrangements & Music Supervision
Lynne Shankel

Dramaturg
Anika Johnson

Set Design
Brandon Kleiman

Lighting Design
Kimberly Purtell

Costume Design
Ming Wong

Sound Design
Peter McBoyle

Cast


Ensemble
Neema Bickersteth

Kate Carter
Rielle Braid

Frank Carter
Dan Chameroy

Alice Carter
Ellen Denny

Ensemble
Barbara Fulton

Ensemble
Anika Johnson

Mrs. Hopkins
Trish Lindström

Beth Carter
Tracy Michailidis

Hannah
Kelsey Verzotti

Photos

Pre-show Chats

Pre-show chats are free with a ticket to that evening's performance


Friday October 16, 2015

6:15-6:45pm

Marcia Blumberg, Associate Professor in English at York University, discusses Samuel Beckett’s repertoire and the significance of Not I, Footfalls and Rockaby.


Friday October 23, 2015

6:15-6:45pm

Assistant Professor at University of Toronto’s Drama Centre T. Nikki Cesare Schotzko presents. Topic TBA.


Friday, October 30, 2015

6:15-6:45pm

Larry Switzky, Assistant Professor at University of Toronto, discusses Beckett's love for visual art and the relationship between his late plays and sculpture.
Proud Sponsor: 17.18 Berkeley Season

A Canadian Stage, The Musical Stage Company & Yonge Street Theatricals production

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