Toronto's Tarragon Flavors Fall With Readings of New Plays Nov. 27-Dec. 3
By Kenneth Jones
19 Nov 2007
Tarragon Theatre, the Toronto company devoted to contemporary works, will offer a handful of readings of new plays by members of its 2007 Playwrights Unit Nov. 27-Dec. 3.
The annual program is free and open to the public. All readings begin at 8 PM, with the exception of the Dec. 2 reading, which begins at 2:30 PM. Readings are in the Near Studio.
The schedule features works-in-progress by 2007 units members Salvatore Antonio, Kate Hewlett, Edwige Jean-Pierre, John Lazarus, Joseph Jomo Pierre, Erin Shields and Jonathan Garfinkel, a member of the 2006 unit.
Each reading is directed by Richard Rose, artistic director of Tarragon Theatre.
For more information, call (416) 531-1827 or visit at www.tarragontheatre.com.
Nov. 28, 8 PM: The Swearing Jar by KATE HEWLETT, with Tim Campbell, Deborah
Grover, Christopher Stanton, Carly Street. "Carey and Simon are the perfect
couple. With romance, laughter and a baby on the way, their marriage seems
destined to last forever. But when Carey throws a concert to celebrate Simon's 40th
birthday, she is forced to confront the past, and come to terms with the
greatest lie her husband ever told."