Bruce Hunter writes and stars in Dine Her, a zombie comedy set in the authentic George Street Diner. This undead spin on dinner theatre features a special menu by Ash Farrelly, music by Sean Fisher, and zombie dancers from One Immigrant Productions.
A who’s who of Toronto writers and artists will be coming together for Small Print Toronto’s first ever benefit, which will be raising money for the non-profit’s literary workshops for kids. Storybook Confidential will feature authors such as Liz Worth, Evan Munday, and Torontoist‘s own Natalie Zina Walschots reading stories they wrote as kids. There will also be live music by Bellwoods Trinity, and a “Make Me a Storybook” booth manned by writers including Torontoist‘s own Editor-in-Chief Hamutal Dotan. Artist Kalpna Patel will be designing and dressing the Ballroom especially for the occasion.
After holding weekly competitions all summer, the Big City TKO improv tournament has been narrowed down to two teams for the finals, and they’re both duos. Ted and Lisa face off against Burns and Gallo for a $500 cash prize and an opening set in the Big City Improv Festival, which will take place in October.