Two smart and lovely ladies peering through a magnifying glass

BITCH OF THE BASKERVILLES (February 2016)

By S. R. Kriger | Directed by Liz Bragg February 19-28, 2016 “I would be very much surprised if anyone here knows an individual of either gender with the given name ‘Sherlock.’” Miss Sherlock Holmes sends Dr. Jane Watson to take on the giant bitch that has already killed one Baskerville and seems to be stalking …

Three witches holding a gold crown

TERRY PRATCHETT’S® WYRD SISTERS (MARCH 2015)

adapted by stephen briggs | directed by liz bragg march 20-29, 2015 “…words can be more powerful even than magic.” A blasted heath. Thunder rolls. Three figures emerge from the night as an eldritch voice screeches, “When shall we three meet again?” The response, naturally, is “Well, I’m free next Tuesday.” Thus Terry Pratchett introduces the …

WRITER'S BLOC

WRITER’S BLOC (February 2014)

By S. R. Kriger | Directed by Liz Bragg. “…which of us dies as a wrinkled old bag of skin and bones at age ninety? And which of us lives on forever?” WRITER’S BLOC is a duet by playwright S. R. Kriger. During a book signing in the children’s section of a large bookstore, B. …

Suit Up

TERRY PRATCHETT’S MONSTROUS REGIMENT (July 2013)

Adapted by Stephen Briggs. Directed by Liz Bragg. July 5th – 14th 2013. “People don’t look for a woman in trousers, see?  Men’s clothes, short hair and a bit of a swagger is all it takes to be a man.  Oh, and a second pair of socks.” It started as a sudden strange fancy:  Polly …

SNOW, GLASS, APPLES

SNOW, GLASS, APPLES (September 2012)

By Neil Gaiman. “Lies and half-truths fall like snow, covering the things that I remember, the things I saw.” From the same folks who brought Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog to Capricon 2011 comes a new, spellbinding theatrical double-bill, only at Chicon 7: Snow, Glass, Apples and Troll Bridge Adapted from Neil Gaiman’s short stories Gaze …

"You neglect the duty, you make ripples in reality that will take a century to heal... All in all, boy, not a good start to your first job."

TERRY PRATCHETT’S MORT (July 2012)

Adapted by Stephen Briggs. Directed by Ruth Pe Palileo. July 7th – 15th  2012 (It’s a wrap). “…You neglect the duty, you make ripples in reality that will take a century to heal… All in all, boy, not a good start to your first job.” Terry Pratchett’s beloved novel tells how Death comes to us all… …

BITCH OF THE BASKERVILLES (May 2014)

By S. R. Kriger | directed by ruth pe palileo On TOUR may 23-june 1 2014 MORTIMER: Miss Holmes, it was– WATSON: –the footprints of– MORTIMER: –her bust. Co-production with Current Theatrics In this madcap adventure by award-winning Toronto playwright S.R. Kriger, Holmes sends Watson to take on the giant bitch that has already killed one …

I've got a surprise for you...

WRONG NUMBER (February 2012)

By S. R. Kriger | Directed by Liz Bragg. February 9-17 2012 (It’s a wrap). “…I’ve got a surprise for you.” WRONG NUMBER is a short, self-contained piece from playwright S. R. Kriger’s full-length play THE DARK ROOM. On a dark and stormy night, newlywed Lisa receives a phone call from a mysterious man threatening a …

"Though I have no doubt you have suffered the worst, To give up the ghost, you must have one first..."

THE DARK ROOM (November 2011)

By S.R. Kriger | Directed by Liz Bragg. November 3-13 2011 (It’s a wrap). “…Though I have no doubt you have suffered the worst, To give up the ghost, you must have one first.” S. R. Kriger’s award-winning play features eight captivating tales of ghosts and spirits. From the ancient Greek underworld, to the battlements of Elsinore, …

"...we have finally chosen to be our own masters and slaves to no one."

ISMENE (May 2011)

By Jeremy Menekseoglu. Directed by Liz Bragg. May 11-21 2011 (It’s a wrap). “…we have finally chosen to be our own masters and slaves to no one.” Ismene, daughter of Oedipus and sister of Antigone, is sent to the school for unruly girls after her sister’s rebellion. But outside this strange haven, the Chorus calls for …