Stories from Ovid’s Metamorphoses

A work in progress presentation

Join us for our work-in-progress performances of our latest creation.

“Metamorphoses” is movement and mime! Stills in motion! Actors transform, characters metamorphose and stories resonate.

“Metamorphoses” is survival. To be alive is to change, to transform. Human beings have many identities. Everything changes. Nothing dies. The soul wanders here and there. It inhabits whatever body it pleases. What just was, is no longer and what isn’t, is about to be. Every moment is a rebirth. What you are or were, is not what you will be tomorrow. Being born is the beginning of being something other than what you were before. Dying is the end of what you once were. But the soul never dies.

Factory Theatre, Studio
125 Bathurst St, Toronto

May 24 – June 1, 2019

TICKETS
Evening – $20
Matinee – $15

Plus Box Office Service Fee and HST

BOX OFFICE
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SCHEDULE

DATENOTESTIME
Friday, May 24, 2019Opening Evening730pm
Saturday, May 25, 2019 Evening730pm
Sunday, May 26, 2019 Matinee230pm
Thursday, March 30, 2019Evening730pm
Friday, March 31, 2019 Evening 730pm
Saturday, June 01, 2019Closing Evening730pm

From left, Dean Gilmour, Daniel Richard Henkel

ADAPTATION
Michele Smith and Dean Gilmour in collaboration with the company from stories by Ovid.

DIRECTOR
Michele Smith*

CAST
Danya Buonastella
Rob Feetham
Dean Gilmour*
Daniel Richard Henkel
Neena Jayarajan

STAGE MANAGER
Michael Panich *

LIGHTING DESIGNER
Simon Rossiter

ASSISTANT LIGHTING DESIGNER
Kennedy Brooks

COSTUME CONSULTANT
Teresa Przybylski

COSTUME & PROPS COORDINATOR
Tiana Kralj

* Appears courtesy of CAEA



From left, Neena Jayarajan, Danya Buonastella

SPONSORS

Theatre Smith-Gilmour welcomes and acknowledges  the generous support of our corporate partners for the upcoming season:

Director’s Circle

Playwright’s Circle


THANKS

Theatre Smith-Gilmour would like to acknowledge contributions from:

Michael B. Decter Foundation at Toronto Foundation