Slip follows Detective Lynne  Barrett as she tries to piece together a mysterious death: a woman is found dead on the floor of an abandoned apartment with debris strewn everywhere, and a symbol carved into her arm.  Her attempts to uncover the truth are disrupted by the overwhelming complexity of the case, and Lynne must untangle a mystery that escapes the simplicity of a single story. A play about crime, memory, and storytelling.

NOMINEE for Outstanding Production, Outstanding New Work, and Outstanding Actress - Alex Paxton-Beesley from My Entertainment World:
http://www.myentertainmentworld.ca/2017/01/2016-theatre-noms-toronto/

March 23rd - April 2nd
Tarragon Workspace, 30 Bridgman Ave
$30 GA, $20 Artist/Student

Featuring:
Alex Paxton-Beesley
Danny Pagett
Mikaela Dyke
Anders Yates

Nicole Stamp

Directed by Alec Toller

Set Design by Brownwen Lily
Lighting Design by Wesley McKenzie

Stage Manager: Kathleen Jones
Technical Director: Julian Bulof

Produced by Joshua Browne, Mikaela Dyke, and Alec Toller

Graphic Design by Jen LaPerle
Photography by Alec Toller

The Tarragon Theatre is a wheelchair accessible venue.

"This has been one of the best things I’ve seen while working for Mooney on Theatre. I absolutely loved everything about it. This show deserves to be seen and applauded. I cannot recommend this enough. Go see this and bring friends"
- Dana Ewachow, Mooney on Theatre
http://www.mooneyontheatre.com/2016/01/24/review-slip-circlesnake-productions/

 "I always appreciate the inventive story-telling of Circlesnake Productions... this is a tight production done well, as usual for this company."
- Lynn Slotkin, Slotkin Letter
http://slotkinletter.com/2016/01/review-slip

"Too many people missed Dark Matter and I’ve yet to let them hear the end of it; please don’t also miss Slip."
- Kelly Bedard, My Entertainment World
http://www.myentertainmentworld.ca/2016/01/slip-germinal-elle/

"Terrific performances... The two play comedy as expertly as they do the more serious material." - Jon Kaplan, NOW Magazine
https://nowtoronto.com/stage/theatre/review-slip/

Four Stars! "A devious and clever murder mystery... churns along on impressive imagination" - Steve Fisher, Torontoist
http://torontoist.com/2016/02/did-that-really-happen-in-slip-and-one-night-only-thats-subjective/


"Slip is a gem in Toronto’s indie theatre scene." - Charlotte Morritt-Jacobs, The Theatre Reader
http://thetheatrereader.squarespace.com/reviews/2016/2/4/slip-a-toronto-indie-gem