Sing For Your Supper 3.2

Actors take part in the February edition of Sing For Your Supper. Photo by Chris DePaul.

Actors take part in the February edition of Sing For Your Supper. Photo by Chris DePaul.

  • The Storefront Theatre (955 Bloor Street West)
  • 7 p.m.

The folks at the Storefront Theatre have been busy mopping and cleaning since a water main break in February flooded their venue, shut them down, and forced a relocation of their February production, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew. The venue will reopen its doors to the public for the March edition of their Sing For Your Supper reading series, which matches local actors and playwrights for impromptu readings before an audience, with a chance to chat with all their participants afterward.

Details: Sing For Your Supper 3.2

Fallen Apples Mask Cabaret

Rob Faust and friends. Photo courtesy of Faustwork.

Rob Faust and friends. Photo courtesy of Faustwork.

  • Unit 102 Theatre (376 Dufferin Street)
  • 8 p.m.

Mask and physical theatre innovator Rob Faust has been conducting an intensive with a dozen of Toronto’s most experienced clown and comedy performers, among them Helen Donnelly (a.k.a. Foo the clown), Allan Turner (a.k.a. Mullet the zombie clown), and Christel Bartelse, creator of solo shows ONEymoon and Significant Me. The result of their work will be a one-night-only cabaret entitled Fallen Apples, a series of “comic, poignant, and bizarre vignettes” created collectively by the cast and Faust, centred on “family dynamics.” (Be forewarned: this likely won’t be a show appropriate for the whole family.)

Details: Fallen Apples Mask Cabaret

Ongoing…

A Journey Into the Forbidden City

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  • Royal Ontario Museum (100 Queens Park)
  • All day
Details: A Journey Into the Forbidden City