With spectacular performances from every actor and incisive writing from Brad Fraser, Kill Me Now is an emotional must-see for 2018.
The morning after a one-night stand, questions of consent lead to a highly charged confrontation. For Reed, it was a sexual fantasy played out in real time. For Angie, it was a violation. The details of their night together unravel as they struggle to unpack the truth of what happened.
Touchstone’s fall production, the first of their 2017/18 season, is Happy Place by Pamela Mala Sinha. Touchstone’s Artistic Director Roy Surette makes his Directorial return for the company,… Read more “Happy Place opens Touchstone’s 2017/18 season with fantastic cast”
On Saturday, May 14 the Belfry Theatre will celebrate its 40th Anniversary with a very special party. This once-in-a-lifetime party will feature performances from hit productions, spectacular… Read more “On Saturday, May 14 the Belfry will celebrate 40 illustrious seasons with a very special party”
Especially pertinent at the moment, The Valley by Victoria’s Joan MacLeod struck a nerve with the audience to create a touching, emotional journey.
From February 2 – 28 the Belfry Theatre will present The Valley by Victoria’s Joan MacLeod. Directed by former Belfry Artistic Director Roy Surette, The Valley stars… Read more “The Valley comes to the Belfry”