Monthly Archives: May 2016
I’m proud to announce that my first Canadian Premiere is happening shortly at the Box in Toronto.
Changeling: A Grand Guignol for Murderous Times
Changeling: A Grand Guignol for Murderous Times by Julian R Munds, directed by Harrison Thomas.
A woman condemned to be married. A man who will do anything to have her. The blood that follows.
A vital new version of the classic by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley, Changeling invites us to consider the horrors of misogyny, and the ways it is perpetrated. With a stellar and diverse cast and crew, including Myentertainmentworld nominees Prince Amponsah, Lauren Horejda and Claire Hill (design). Confronting the classic, this production turns tradition on its head, revealing the absurdity and abject horror that sits at the heart of possessive love.
Step into the stylish world of Changeling, the sophomore production from Toronto’s Desiderata Theatre co. (Lot and his God, NNNN and critics pick, Now Magazine). Part Tarantino, part Craven and part Middleton; come and experience a post modern mashup like no other.
Come, Changelings, and think upon these sins.
Shows Thursday-Saturday at 8 pm
Hungover Matinees Sunday at 6pm.