Dark Matter is a science fiction adaptation of Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness that sets the story of psychological destruction amongst the blackness of space. When Captain Marlow is sent on a mission to retrieve the brutal Kurtz from a distant colony she finds an unlikely connection with the man, and she must decide whether to terminate his command permanently or peacefully.
Directed by Alec Toller
Written by the company
with Joshua Browne, Mikaela Dyke, Kat Letwin and Colin Munch
March 14th - April 6th at the Storefront Theatre, 955 Bloor St West.
Special Constables is an action-filled comedy that chronicles the return of Toronto's most elite police force: the TTC Transit Police. Jameson, a former constable, is responsible for the crumbling of the Special Constables, but when a Metropass counterfeiting ring threatens to take over the TTC, Jameson has one shot to redeem both the his former unit and himself.
Directed by Alec Toller
with Amy Kitz, Conor Bradbury, Mikaela Dyke, Tim Walker, Chris Wilson & Colin Munch
Dec 5th - 21st at the Storefront Theatre, 955 Bloor St West. Wed - Sun @ 8pm and 2pm Saturday matinees
Tickets $20 @ www.secureaseat.com
"The pacing never lags! Never! I cannot recall even a single dull moment... it was enormous fun." - Istvan Dugalin, Mooney-On-Theatre
Cast of Special Constables - Conor Bradbury, Amy Kitz, Mikaela Dyke, Tim Walker, Colin Munch, Chris Wilson
The Dinosaur Revolutions
The End Is Near!
A post-apocolyptic story of the dinosaur survivors of the Cretaceous meteor impact! T-rex wakes up after the blast only to find that his friend, Raptor is missing. He finds a refuge run by mammals, who see the coming ice age as a sign of their destined ascension - and the end of the dinosaurs.
A reptilian improvaggedon featuring dinosaurs, action figures, and tiny arms.
Rabbit brown, a reclusive artist, is summoned to the oil-slick heart of the film industry, Angel City. There, Rabbit meets Wheeler, the dying man behind the movies, who tasks him with creating a disaster film so shocking it will purge the audiences of the disease that afflicts Wheeler and the entire city. Trapped in an office for his own safety, Rabbit struggles to create something before the city's corruption threatens his integrity and his very life.
"A fast-paced, sporadic and multi-layered piece that brings together a strong ensemble of actors" - Adelina Fabiano, Mooney-on-Theatre