Extras

Extras is a new Arts Club initiative
Cost of Living

Detailed Show Synopsis (Spoiler Alert)

In a bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, in December, a man in his late 40s, Eddie, has come because he received a text from his deceased ex-wife’s cell phone number saying she was at this bar….

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The Birds & the Bees

Q&A with playwright Mark Crawford

What inspired you to write this play? Were the characters, or any aspects of the story, drawn from personal experience?  I had this crazy idea to write a sex comedy, but I knew I wanted…

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The Birds & the Bees

Synopsis & Character List

SYNOPSIS (CONTAINS SPOILERS!) ACT ONE In the upstairs bedroom of a rural Canadian farmhouse, Sarah, 38, awkwardly chats with her mother, Gail, 62, a divorced beekeeper, while unpacking suitcases and inflating an air mattress. Sarah…

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2019-2020 Season

A Thousand Splendid Suns Synopsis

Warning! Spoilers ahead! ACT ONE Kabul, Afghanistan, 1992: as a family prepares to leave their war-ravaged home for Peshawar, in neighbouring Pakistan, a sudden explosion destroys their home. Only fourteen-year-old Laila survives the blast. As…

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Peter Pan Goes Wrong

10 things you need to know

Here are 10 things you should know about hit theatre show Peter Pan Goes Wrong before it made its TV debut.

Source: The Sun
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Cost of Living

Martyna Majok Introduces Cost of Living

Playwright Martyna Majok talks about her inspirations for the play and about winning the Pulitzer in this video from London’s Hampstead Theatre.

Source: Hampstead Theatre
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The Wedding Party

Kristen Thomson on her new comedic play

“I woke up to the idea after attending a dinner party with Ethel Teitelbaum, who is [former Art Gallery of Ontario director] Matthew Teitelbaum’s mother. She’s a wonderful woman, and she was telling a story…

Source: Globe & Mail
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Cost of Living

Interview with Playwright Martyna Majok

Majok discusses how the play uses humor and sexuality to paint a picture of “four messy, contradictory, funny, and flawed people, destabilizing assumptions about disability”.

Source: Public Books
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