March 12 - 28, 2018
March 8 – 10, 2018
Created by Torquil Campbell and Chris Abraham, in collaboration with Julian Brown
Performed by Torquil Campbell
The Castletown Massive Production in Association with Crow’s Theatre, Toronto
“What makes this show so very smart and entertaining is the way Campbell draws you into a web of stories and constantly keeps you guessing about what you can and can’t believe. Art imitates life imitates true crime.” Toronto Star
March 13 – 17, 2018
Who Killed Spalding Gray?
Written & Performed by Daniel MacIvor
reWork Productions, Toronto
“…after 80 minutes that blend mythology, dreamlike images, the movie Big Fish, and MacIvor’s own propensity for looking for signs from the universe and “significance where (he) can find it,” there’s a moment of breakthrough and clarity, which is well earned and a beautiful (literal) breath of fresh air.” Toronto Star
March 13 – 17, 2018
Created and Performed by Norah Sadava and Amy Nostbakken
Quote Unquote Collective / Why Not Theatre, Toronto
“One of the most incisive commentaries on contemporary womanhood I’ve ever heard. This show lays bare in an emotionally authentic, creative, often funny, self-reflective and guileless way what it’s like to be a woman in our society.” My Entertainment World
March 20 – 24, 2018
Adapted from Ray Bradbury’s short story by Eric Rose, Matthew Waddell and David van Belle
Ghost River Theatre, Calgary
An unforgettable immersive audio experience created for a blindfolded audience. “…your ears receive the audio equivalent of a five star dinner.” Calgary Herald
Based on the short story “Tomorrow Child” by Ray Bradbury, originally published as “The Shape of Things” © 1947; renewed 1975 by Ray Bradbury. Performed by permission of Don Congdon Associates, Inc.
Our annual SPARK Festival will feature these productions along with a host of free events, readings and workshops.
Season Ticket holders can purchase a SPARK Pass to save on these shows. Single tickets for SPARK shows go on sale in the fall. Drop us a line if you ‘d like us to email you when single tickets go on sale.
The 2018 SPARK Festival is generously supported by
DANIEL MACIVOR IN WHO KILLED SPALDING GRAY? – PHOTO BY GUNTAR KRAVIS / TORQUIL CAMPBELL IN TRUE CRIME – PHOTO BY DAHLIA KATZ / NORAH SADAVA AND AMY NOSTBAKKEN IN MOUTHPIECE – PHOTO BY BROOKE WEDLOCK / MATTHEW WADDELL AND ERIC ROSE IN TOMORROW’S CHILD – PHOTO BY LAURA ANZOLA