The Playwright Project is in its second year of operation, and shows are already beginning to sell out. An intensive 7 days of 7 plays happening in a variety of venues throughout Toronto, it is a festival that celebrates a Canadian playwright and shining the spotlight on some of the indie theatre companies that we are truly lucky to have in Toronto.
Featuring seven plays by Sam Shepherd, whose plays “deal with urban restlessness, changing tides and cultures, pseudo-cowboy stories, rock stars, the search for heroes, and the search for self,” the nightly shows will open this Wednesday and close on Tuesday.
We’re offering two tickets to see Heart In Hand Theatre’s production of Fool For Love happening this Saturday at the Cameron House. The show is described by Heart in Hand Theatre:
Characteristic of Sam Shepard’s dramatic plays, Fool for Love’s surrealist narrative develops intensely human themes of emotional urgency and ambivalence within the consciousness of its characters. For anyone who has ever felt the push and pull of love, and that characteristic foolishness that accompanies it, Fool for Love promises to engage and entertain its audiences.
For your chance to win a pair of free tickets, tell us: What was the most surreal moments of love you’ve ever experienced?